After a dry spell for almost a year, fun-seekers at Mponela and in particular Black Missionaries Band enthusiasts had another chance to rekindle good memories of dancing and listening to arguably Malawiâ€™s favourite reggae band at Rhino Night Club.
Although, the show suffered two major setbacks at the beginning due to a blackout and a two- hour rain drizzle, the Chileka-based band fanatics braved the harsh reality and throng to the venues.
The performance, which was slated for eight oâ€™clock, forced revellers to wait for another two hours before the bandâ€™s backing vocalist Yanjanani Chumbu opened the long-awaited gig at exactly 22.28 pm.
Chumbu left the stage after dishing out two songs. He left the stage to late Gift Fumulaniâ€™s brother Moda who played his brotherâ€™s populous vibes of Kweza Maso, Bwenzi Langa and Tiye Kwathu.
The good mood was even doubled as Mr. Cool, Antony Makondetsa took over the microphone at exactly eleven oâ€™clock. He dished songs such as Mbumba ya Abraham, Usandiweluze, Sekulu, Ndidzakasimba were enough to command fans to the dancing floor despite blackouts.
But, the arrival of the legend band leader Anjiru Fumulani saw no patron stand idle.
Anjiru played songs such as Dalo, Olenga Dzuwa and Timba until 4am.