22 February 2013

Zambia: Sakala Brothers to Spice Up N'cwala

VIBRANT and energetic Sakala Brothers are tonight expected to entertain Chipata residents and those that have travelled for the prestigious N'cwala Ceremony to Chipata.

Wild Life Conservation is the venue expected to be a hive of activities with the Makewane Music kings of Moses and Levy Sakala set to stir the mood for the traditional ceremony the following day.

The Sakala Brothers together with Angela Nyirenda have been invited by Zamtel to also celebrate the telecommunications company's 100 years of existence in Zambia making it one of the oldest companies in the land.

Zamtel corporate affairs director Kennedy Mambwe told Times entertainment that the company decided to take advantage of one of the biggest traditional ceremonies in Zambia to also celebrate their 100 years of operating in Zambia by organising shows at the Wild Life Conservation.

"We looked at the importance of this ceremony (N'Cwala) and decided to bring the celebrations here (Chipata) so that almost everyone that has come for the ceremony can join in and enjoy original and authentic Zambian music," he said.

The duo of Moses and Levy Sakala and Angela Nyirenda are not new to Chipata residents as the group hails from that part of the country and the fact that Makewane Music is synonymous with the Eastern part of Zambian tradition and culture, the show is promising to be a great one for many that love authentic Zambian vibes.

With such hits as Londole, Kum'mawa, Sandra, Ndinababaika, Angelina and Chikondi from the Sakala Brothers and Angela Nyirenda's Chalo Chiwama nawako, Ngoma, Nipempako Ma Key and Chingoma Chalilimuka, Chipata is surely expected to be on fire both before and after the N'Cwala Ceremony.

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