Anakubala Gospel Concert attracts gigantic audience


Gospel musician Phalyce Mang’anda, better known as Daughter of Zion, on Mothers’ Day gave mothers a treat during Anakubala Gospel Concert held at Robin’s Park in Blantyre which pulled an impressive patronage.

As a mother, Mang’anda decided to celebrate Mothers’ Day with fellow mothers through a show that also saw her launching two albums—Hymns and Worship and Yesu Ndinkhani Zina and a DVD titled Holy packaged with songs from the two albums.

The day was also special for Mang’anda as she celebrated her birthday.


“God has surprised me, I never anticipated such an audience but I am thankful and being Mothers’ Day and my birthday, everything has turned out to be perfect,” the artist said.

As the headliner, she was given enough time to offer her songs and she even closed the chapter on the day and, being Mother’s Day, she also decorated some mothers with chitenje wrappers.

“My songs are not there only for entertainment but are there to bring people closer to God and offer hope. Being Mothers’ Day, I also crafted a song dedicated to all mothers titled ‘Amayi Ndinu Golide’ just to appreciate the good work that mothers do,” Mang’anda said.


The gospel musician also got support from several people who paid huge sums to buy the three projects.

Through the Anakubala Gospel Concert, Mang’anda also raised some money that will go towards paying school fees for a physically challenged girl child.

“As a gospel musician, I want to help people spiritually and physically and this is why I decided to take up this challenge. There are also other needy children that I support and so, I am grateful to the people for helping out,” the ‘Getsemane’ and ‘Auze Aziyenda’ creator said.

Some women travelled as far as Ngumbe and Chiradzulu to be part of the show.

“This is my first time to come to Robin’s Park and credit should go to my child for paying for me to enjoy this show on Mothers’ Day. It has been such a great Mother’s Day,” a woman, who only identified herself as Mai John, said.

Some of the acts that spiced up the concert included Ethel Kamwendo Banda, Apostle King James Phiri, Eliza Mponya, Ndirande Anglican Voices, Neligo Women Choir and Norman Phiri.

In another development Ndirande Chilunga Ground in Blantyre will today play host to a free-of-charge Mudi Music Festival which is part of celebrating Mothers’ Day.

Some of the acts starring at the festival include Ndirande Anglican Voices, Limbani Simenti, Nepman and Isaac The Duke.

The same day, former Nyasa Big Bullets players will be playing a friendly match with musicians at Kamuzu Stadium as part of raising funds to help needy former players and veteran musicians.

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