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Top musicians clash at Morris Depot for charity


ZIMBABWEANS will this week have a chance to mix and mingle with police officers far from their workstations with an all day and night gig at Morris Depot on Saturday.


Dubbed the Commissioner-General’s Fun Fair, the party will kick off early Saturday morning and end on Sunday morning.

Police national spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said the fun fair would bring the police officers closer to the public to interact and dance together.

“This is a place for the police to meet with community and interact. All popular musicians you can think of will be present including Jah Prayzah, Sandra Ndebele, Fungisai Zvakavapano-Mashavane and many others.

“This is for a worthy cause because proceeds will go to charity. The Commissioner-General is sending more than 200 children to school and recently, through this project, we witnessed the graduation of one of the beneficiaries who is now a doctor. He was assisted through this programme from secondary school,” Charamba said.

“There are four students now in universities and the rest are in different stages of learning. Apart from that, the proceeds also help orphans and widows.”

Peter Moyo and Utakataka Express will also grace the occasion together with Freddy Manjalima (Kapfupi), Pastor and Mrs Charamba and several others.

Sniper Storm, Alick Macheso, Suluman Chimbetu and the Police Band will also showcase their talent.

“There will be a full bar and catering, entertainment for children and also companies and individuals can buy tables to advertise,” Charamba said.

She said the event would also see the parade by senior cops with the Commissioner-General giving a keynote address.

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