music-crossroads.jpgZimbabweans have been urged to come in their thousands to celebrate the life of the Head of State and Government and Commander- in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, President Robert Mugabe at the 21st February Movement gala to be held at the National Sports Stadium this Friday. 

Preparations for the 21st February Movement gala are at an advanced stage and Zimbabweans have been urged to converge at the giant National Sports Stadium in their thousands for the gala dubbed “a stand against sanctions.”


Speaking to ZBC News at the stadium where the stage is being set for the gala, co-ordinator of the show, Retired Major Anyway Mutambudzi promised music lovers fireworks at the show.


“The stage is set and we promise the people a good show and urge them to come in their thousands in peace as we fight sanctions and celebrate the life of Cde. Mugabe,” said Major Mutambudzi.


This year’s gala comes at the back drop of the National Anti-Sanctions Petition Campaign launched in Harare on Wednesday.


The show running under the theme “a stand against sanctions”, is expected to attract over 40 local artists with South Africa’s Platform One and Botswana’s Slizer also expected to perform.