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AFRO-FUSION musician, Andy Muridzo, believes he has a role to play in promoting peace and unity among Zimbabweans.

The Jeetaz Band leader is set to perform at the 44th Uhuru celebrations in Buhera on April 18.

Speaking on the sidelines of his show at Troyka Nite Club at the weekend,  Muridzo said:

“I always preach the eternal gospel of peace and unity because I know how important it is in our lives.

“As a role model, I know I should lead by example.

“I am grateful to God for the talent he gave me and I will use my influence to promote important things like peace,” he said.

Muridzo delivered a fine act during his show.

He played his sing-along tracks like Dherira, Chidhafu Dhunda and Nhekwe.

His dancers complemented him well.

The choreography was superb.

“We always encourage each other to work hard and take our job seriously.

“Fans pay to attend these events and we can’t afford to take them for granted.

“As artists, we need to respect our fans and the best way to do so is through delivering each time that we are given the platform to perform,” said his manager Gift Petro.

He added:

“As a band, we hold rehearsals and if you attend one of our sessions you will mistake it for a live show.

“We don’t take our job for granted because that’s our source of livelihood. As artists, we need to be serious about our work and give it our best shot.”

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