Award winning artist Lulu will tomorrow perform at the A4AY graduation ceremony to be held at Mibawa Multipurpose Hall in Blantyre.
Lulu confirmed of his performance yesterday, adding that he was looking forward to giving out his best.
“This is another platform for me to showcase my music. Again, the platform will also give me a chance to interact with upcoming artists,” said the guitarist and producer.
The guest of honour of the A4AY graduation ceremony and market orientation performance is Minister of Labour, Youth and Sports Henry Mussa.
Mibawa proprietor John Nthakomwa said during the event which is free, people will have a chance of watching final performances of the A4AY students trained by Mibawa under the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
He said the programme is funded by Unicef through Active Youth Initiative for Social Enhancement (Ayise).
“The youth will receive certificates and those that recorded albums under the programme will receive 40 CDs each of their recorded work,” Nthakomwa said.
He also said the ministry has invited the corporate world and other stakeholders to appreciate the talent from the youths.
“All I can say is that it is time the corporate world supported the arts industry. It is a key element to tourism and also new job creation,” Nthakomwa said.
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