Flood Church set for Ufulu Festival on July 6

Flood Church has organized a free community festival at Gateway Mall in Lilongwe on July 06 as a way of celebrating Malawi’s Independence Day.

Flood Church is a religious organisation and a Christian-centered movement aimed at bringing upcoming generations to Christ for transformation. 

In an interview with Malawi News Agency, the Church’s Pastor Timothy Dalitso Mizaya said that the festival is held annually not only to commemorate Malawi’s Independence but is also to celebrate culture, creativity, and the freedom that Christians have in Jesus Christ.

Mizaya said that the Church has organised the event to provide an opportunity for artists to showcase their works and for the youth to reflect on the country’s history.

“We usually hold the event at Civo Stadium but we have decided to hold this year’s festival within Gateway Mall to allow our audience purchase food and other things whilst they are enjoying the event. Another interesting thing is that we have also arranged a Children’s area where children are going to enjoy a lot of play activities and workshops,” he said.

Faith Musa preforming during the previous Ufulu festival. Pic. Maryam Mtengulah (MANA)

In an interview one of the artists scheduled to perform at the festival, Beracah the festival holds great relevance as it serves as a platform for cultural celebration, artistic expression, and community engagement in light of independence as a country. 

“I am well prepared and excited for the festival and I have been dedicating a good amount of time and effort to perfecting my performance and ensuring that it should be a memorable experience,” Added Beracah.

Aside Beracah, the event will also be graced with other artists including Faith Musa, Eli Njuchi, Leslie, and Kelvin Sings to mention but a few.

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