The Black Missionaries will tonight give it all to God as they perform at a fund raising dinner and dance for Catholic Women Organisation (CWO) of St Pius Catholic Church in Blantyre at the parish’s hall.
Anjiru Fumulani, The Blacks band leader, said in an interview yesterday his team was geared up for the show and promised to give out their best from around 6.30 pm until the last person standing drops.
Anjiru said: “It feels great to perform for a noble cause to promote God’s work. Our music is also filled with the message of God and we always feel humbled when a church organisation engages us. We promise the best tonight.”
Accompanying The Blacks, as usual, is the Muyuda hit maker Anthony Makondetsa, aka Mr Cool, who is also ready to dish out hits from his latest album, Fuko Lokondedwa. He would not hesitate, of course, to play the popular Mbumba Ya Abraham from his previous album.
Also performing tonight and backing The Blacks are Moda Fumulani and Yanjanani Chumbu, at an entry fee of K1 500 (about $3.75) to watch this big show in town where assorted drinks and braai will be available for sale.
St Pius Catholic Parish CWO chairperson Bertha Mfune said her organisation is raising funds for construction of a kitchen at the parish.
Mfune said: “We are inviting all well-wishers to join us this Friday night. We do not have a kitchen currently and we always have problems when we have activities here at the church. Come all and with your families, we will not disappoint.”