Musician Code Sangala returns to the stage after a long break due to Covid-19 pandemic to perform at Mayoka Village in Nkhata Bay tomorrow.
The ‘Chisoso’ star and former Big Brother Africa (BBA) representative, said the mini-show which would be more like a jam session, will see him starring with his The Tribe Band.
“With Covid-19 pandemic, we are looking at following all the necessary precautionary measures. This show is also part of Mayoka Village’s effort to push their business which has been affected by the pandemic. They are struggling with business,” Code said.
He called on people to patronise the show and that he was ready to offer the best.
“Let me call upon people to be safe out there. There are some people, who still doubt that we have Covid-19 pandemic, but the pandemic is real,” Code said.
The musician also emphasised the importance of promoting and preserving culture.
“It is very important for us as Malawians to realise how important culture is. Let me remind fellow musicians that we need to stick to our identity. We have traditional dances which are unique and cannot be found anywhere in the world, we need to be proud of our culture and where we come from,” Code said.
The artist, who used to star with Kapirintiya alongside his brother Shadre before going solo, said he was on a mission to make sure that his music has all the elements.
“The world needs to know more about Malawi. I am happy with the progress I have made as regards using music to promote and preserve culture. I am happy that I have on the ground my latest album Mizu,” Code said.
He said he was supposed to launch the album on May 28 2020 but failed due to Covid-19 pandemic.