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There were reports last night about a plot to sabotage Selmor
Mtukudzi & # 39; s performance scheduled for the Andy Miller room on March 29 in which sources
believing is a bitter war over the late national hero, Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi & # 39; s

Selmor's performance revolves around the theme "Tuku & # 39; s music is alive
on "and she has called on the services of former Black Spirits members such as Eric
"Piki" Kasamba for the implementation.

Synchronized with "Selmor Mtukudzi & Friends Concert", Selmor is
also billed to share the stage with Suluman Chimbetu, Andy Muridzo, Jah Signal,
Steve Makoni, Sasha and South Africa-based chanter Jah Seed.
The show is held in memory of the deceased national hero
Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi.
For Selmor it is a "Thank You" performance for the Zimbabweans who gave
her father a suitable broadcast as well as a launch platform for her to keep it
legacy alive.
Businessman Josh Hozheri is behind the show being held
memory of the late crooner.
Now it was claimed last night that visits are being made
the former Black Spirits members who had expressed the willingness to
stand with Selmor on March 29 with cash offers.
There were unconfirmed reports that there are efforts to
organize a performance in Cape Town, South Africa on March 29 with that old Black
Spirits members who are part of the show.
Former former Black Spirits members who have thrown them
the weight behind Selmor includes bass guitarist Never Mpofu, dancer and
percussionist Piki, guitarist Moses Mwila and percussionist Strovers
Unconfirmed reports say productive guitarist Mono Mukundu and
drummer Sam Mataure has promised to help Selmor while she starts a new page
her career. H metro

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