The 21st February movement celebrations ended in style in the capital last over the weekend at the Harare International Conference Centre with renowned Jamaican Reggae musician Sizzla Kalonji putting up a polished performance with songs dedicated to Zimbabwe.
Sizzla thrilled revelers with songs dedicated to Zimbabwe which had such themes as righteousness, repatriation, black freedom, unity and the fight against illegal sanctions and most of Zimbabwean youths came dressed in African regalia.
Sizzla who also joined local groups in celebrating the birthday of the Head of State and Government and Commander In- Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe at a music gala held in Bulawayo on Friday, called on Zimbabweans to be strong and vigilant in safeguarding their sovereignty against western nations.
The reggae maestro also burst into emotional songs that sent crowds into a frenzy as he touched on sanctions, slavery and black consciousness.
Sizzla could not hide his excitement and thanked President Mugabe for being resolute in the fight for black emancipation and empowerment.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
Thousands of people attended the youth festival which also attracted the, The First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe and children, Robert Junior and Chatunga Bellarmine, the Minister of Information and Publicity, Cde Webster Shamu, Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry Engineer Walter Muzembi, and other government officials.