ZIMBABWE – Musician Peter Moyo will tonight stage a charity show at Inner Café in the capital with proceeds meant to help orphans at Martha & Mary Orphan Care in Highfield.
Through his Dhewa Music Trust, the musician said he will be holding a number of charity shows the whole year to support the need in Zimbabwe’s different societies.
“As we have announced before, we registered a trust that is meant to uplift life of the needy and this is just the beginning,” said Peter Moyo.
“As a musician, I have realised that it is also my obligation to support the underprivileged and I can only do that through my work.
“Through the trust, I will be looking at a number of organisations throughout the country and stage shows with all proceeds directed there,” he said.
The Mavanga singer has pleaded with fans to come in their numbers and fill up Inner Café for this noble cause.
He will be supported by Suluman Chimbetu at this particular show which promises lots of fun.
“My brother Sulu has pledged his support and he is coming tomorrow (tonight) in solidarity.
“I am also pleading with our fans, the people of Zimbabwe to come and fill up Inner Café and contribute to the welfare of these children,” he said.
Peter said he has been to a number of orphanages and old people’s homes for a mere visit and that encouraged him to launch his trust.
Sulu through his publicist Joe Local Nyamungoma hailed Peter’s gesture saying it is a show worth attending.
“That is a good going by Peter (Moyo) and when he approached us we told him we are available.
“We will be there at Inner Café and fans should come in their numbers and support this noble idea,” said Local.
Peter Moyo, who also stages a family show at Extra Mile this Sunday with Lady Strom, has been praised for his best stage performance.
Young Igwe, as he is being referred to, has promised fans lots of fun.