Tanzanian singer Rajab Abdul Kahali popularly known as Harmonize will be distributing free food to the less fortunate just days after President Magufuli praised his growth.
Wednesday last week, the singer received accolades from Tanzanian President who asked him to run for a parliamentary seat in his constituency.
The singer on Sunday launched a food programme offering free meals to the less fortunate for the next six month under a programme dubbed Konde Boy Mgahawa.
According to the star singer, the restaurant has been part of his ambitions plans for quite some time, and that its accomplishment was a dream come true.
“Hakika Inaenda Kuwa Siku Kubwa Sana..!! Na Yakipeke…!!! Upande Wangu Kuikamilisha Hii Moja Ya Ndoto Yangu Ya siku Nyingi …!!! God is Good Nimetokea Mtaani Nipo Katika Kipindi Cha Mpito Wa Sana..!!! Naamini Kesho Na Kesho Kutwa Nitarudi Mtaani 100% Wanaoipa Thamani Sanaa Yangu Ni Wale Wanangu Wa Mtaaa Kesho mida Ya 6:00,(This is going to be a big day, one of its own. God is good, as one of my dreams has come true. I thank all the people for the continued support and welcome you to my grand opening.)” read part of his speech.
The launch was graced by Tanzania’s Minister of Health Sophia Mjema who is said to have played a key role in launching plans.
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