Singer and guitarist Faith Mussa returned to Zomba City where he pursued his law studies for more than four years and, this time, he treated people to an electric performance.
The gospel musician with his Mdidi Band left no stone unturned as he dished songs from his albums.
On his menu, Faith did not skip hits ‘Mdidi’ and ‘Desperate’ songs, which dominated the concert.
The other songs that people sampled during the concert included ‘Pamudzi Pano’, ‘Nditumeni’, ‘Chimwana Changa’, ‘Mthengo Mudalaka Njoka,’ and ‘Sindidzamukondanso Wina’.
Most of the people who patronised the show were full of praise for the musician, who after his performance hailed people for their support.
“I am satisfied with the whole show. It’s been great and I enjoyed every moment. I am thankful for the support; it’s been sometime since I performed in Zomba but the attendance has surprised me and let me say it here that I will come back,” Faith said.
He also said that he was looking forward to bringing a new album.
After his performance, Faith introduced Blessings Mtsitsi, who closed the curtain.
Apart from leading in vocals, with Esther Chitheka Lewis playing backing vocals, Faith also showed his exceptional skills on the lead guitar.
Other members that performed with Faith included Obed Kananji, who played his magic on the bass guitar, and Omex Chimpeni on drums.
The show, which saw Desire Khumbo Manda warming up the stage earlier, was powered by Zomba-based DJ Moda’s equipment.
Gymkhana Club Board Chairperson Shelton Kanyanda said the club was going in the right direction as it has started a new way of treating its customers.
“This is the beginning of more things to come as far as entertainment is concerned. We have so much on offer for people. As for performances, we will continue with this trend,” he said.