03 Jan, 2022 - 17:01 0 Views


Trust Khosa, Assistant News Editor

JANET Manyowa’s handlers say they did their best to adhere to Covid-19 regulations at their much-hyped first show of 2022 held at  the Harare International Conference.

Dubbed “A Night of Thanksgiving”, Manyowa shared the stage with Pastor G, Takesure Zamar, Takesure Zamar Celebration Choir, Joyfull Praise Choir and The Unveiled on New Year’s Day.

Pastor G

Despite its success, many a critic has been asking whether the Janet Manyowa Music (JMM) management got it right or not regarding the observation of Covid-19 regulations.


However, JMM representative Munyaradzi Manyowa, who handles the diva’s affairs, cleared the air over the issue.

Takesure Zamar

“Everything was above board in terms of clearance with the authorities for our church event.


“It was 50 percent capacity attendance as stipulated by the authorities and our hosts.

Part of the crowd that attended the event

“We made sure that we disinfected the stage after each and every set as stipulated by the WHO regulations.


“Fans were sanitising at the doorway and we were also asking people to produce vaccination cards at the same event,” he said.

Janet Manyowa

Manyowa, who is also husband to the multiple award-winning diva, said they observed social distancing at the show.


“You can see there were some empty seats in the auditorium to ensure that people keep a distance at our church event.


“We are always guided by the authorities and there is no way we could be found on the wrong side of the law,” he said.


Manyowa also hailed their partners for making the event a success.


“We are grateful to all the stakeholders we engaged for our church event. We are now looking forward to a positive 2022 season after this show.


“We are also hoping that this Covid-19 pandemic goes away so that we revert to our normal lives,” he said.


Janet Manyowa has a successful 2021 season after amassing gongs both locally and regionally to enrich her trophy cabinet.


“We are grateful that our ministry impacted many lives through the message of hope in Jesus Christ we preach.


“We are also excited that our music made significant strides in the region, as evidenced by the regular airplay on One Gospel and Trace Gospel as well as the Best of Africa Award at the recently held SABC Crown Gospel Awards,” he added.


Meanwhile, police chiefs could not be reached for comment at the time of going to print.


With the new year promising a lot for the creative sector, Janet Manyowa’s handlers have already started lining up shows and events.


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