If you come to Mzuzu as a musician and pull huge crowds at your show then count yourself lucky because not all musicians are accorded that privilege.
By 10pm, the venue had not more than 30 patrons, although the figure increased as the night matured to fill about half of the already small O’Seasons.
The organisers of the show were running short of words for the low patronage, considering the high publicity they accorded the show.
“Usually, we don’t go wrong in our shows. But we don’t know what has happened this time around considering the effort we put in publicising the show. For example, we had banners and posters in all strategic areas,” said Gideon Nkhoma, O’Seasons owner.
Chimoto, however, observed that most people were unaware of the show.