A performance by award-winning recording musician, Muhanya and a traditional drumming and dance exhibition by Dikamawoko Dance Troupe awaits anyone attending a fundraiser for B’ella, a movie the cultural troupe plans to screen in schools for free.
The fundraiser is slated for August 26 at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe.
B’ellaaims at promoting tourism in Malawi through its portrayal of Malawian life, the beauty in landscapes and other physical features.
Tawonga Nkhonjera, Dikamawoko Arts director, said the proceeds from the event will help bankroll a project the art firm plans to roll out soon in conjunction with Bongo Worldwide.
“We plan to take the screening of the film to as many secondary schools as possible in a bid to raise awareness to many youth especially on issues to do with HIV and Aids. We hope it will also inspire them towards attaining excellence,” said Nkhonjera.