Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter
TOP South African artiste Grasp KG yesterday joined Zimbabweans to rejoice the nation’s forty second Independence anniversary at Barbourfields Stadium in Bulawayo.
Bulawayo performed host to the primary Independence celebrations which have been held outdoors Harare for the primary time.
President Mnangagwa presided over the celebrations which have been held below the theme: “Zim @42 — Leaving nobody and no place behind.
The Jerusalema hit-maker was accompanied by musician Zanda Zazuka who featured in his track Skeleton Transfer.
The pair was within the firm of socialite and humanities promoter Ardour Java. Grasp KG didn’t carry out throughout the celebrations however adopted the proceedings from the VIP part. In an interview on the sidelines of the celebrations, Grasp KG mentioned he felt at house being in Zimbabwe.
“It’s so necessary to be right here. I’m additionally a Zimbabwean, I simply come from the nook in Limpopo Province (South Africa). It is a massive day for Zimbabwe because the nation is celebrating its Independence Day so I mentioned let me go and help my fellow African nation.
“That is truly my house so it was good to be right here and expertise the gorgeous ambiance. The leisure was out of this world,” mentioned Grasp KG.
He mentioned he was most impressed by the performances of the Zimbabwe Republic Police mass show workforce.
So impressed was Grasp KG that he mentioned he might contemplate partnering with the police mass show workforce on a music video.
“The police mass show was excellent. Perhaps at some point, I’d even ask them to be a part of my music video as a result of what they did was unbelievable,” mentioned Grasp KG.
The ZRP mass show groups produced a refined efficiency that stored the gang entertained.
A lot of the police performances could possibly be labeled as harmful and the commentators needed to emphasise that members of the general public ought to by no means to strive the tips at house.
In one of many shows, a police canine was driving a bike with a cop being a passenger.
The police mass show workforce included a seven-year-old boy who wowed the crowds via martial arts shows.
Pupils from Mzilikazi and Sobukhazi Excessive College additionally produced flawless mass shows. Mass shows at faculties are a part of the competence-based curriculum.
Sandra Ndebele, Songs of Lozikeyi and Jeys Marabini additionally entertained the gang. — @nqotshili