Jamaican reggae music grouping Morgan Heritage arrived in Malawi this afternoon (Wednesday 27th April) for their second show in the country set for Civo Stadium in the capital city on the afternoon of Saturday 30th April.
The Grammy award winning reggae grouping arrived through Kamuzu International Airport for a second show after their first one last year failed to leave a mark on their Malawian fans.
On Saturday, Morgan heritage will be joined by a number of local and international artists in a sequel gig to the December controversial show.
With just Gramps, Peetah and Mojo performing on behalf of the entire band last December, promoter Born Afrikan promised Malawians to bring the entire band for another show.
“We keep our promises as such the show is going on this Saturday at Civo Stadium. The first band members, five in total, arrive on Tuesday around lunch hour via South African Airways,” said Muloyiso Thole of Born Afrikan Productions.
“The last group of eight members arrives this afternoon (Wednesday) from Kenya. It includes the Morgans. They are scheduled to hold a press conference at Capital Hotel on Thursday morning”.
The Royal Family, Morgan Heritage promised Malawians another show this year.
Dubbed as “THE MUSIC UNITE FESTIVAL “, Born Afrikan has brought down the charges to K8000 without any VIP fee.
The world’s mega reggae band, Morgan Heritage, is a music group of five Jamaican family members who were born and raised in New York, USA namely Peetah, Una, Roy (known as Gramps) Nakhamyah (known as Lukes) and Memmalatel (known as Mojo) Morgan.