JANET Manyowa’s team has entered the ANOT (A Night of Thanksgiving) season and the wheel of strategic preparations has started to roll.
The annual show is held on New Year’s Day at the Harare International Conference Centre.
In an interview with H-Metro, Janet’s husband, Munyarazi Manyowa, who doubles as her manager, said they believe in proper planning.
The power couple has been updating fans on their social media handles on their preparedness for ANOT 2024.
“It’s almost the end of the year and ANOT is three to two months away. We have entered ANOT season, hence we have stepped up preparations for the event.
“Preparation-wise, we can simply say so far so good.
“We have a team of enthusiastic professionals who have hit the ground running so it’s going be a pleasant event,” he said.
Munyaradzi said they were happy with the feedback they are getting.
“The feedback for ANOT 2024 has been overwhelming, thank you to all the fans and everybody who has supported the vision.
“ANOT has grown in leaps and bounds since its inception in 2021.
“We are grateful and our theme for ANOT 2024 is ‘Enter With The Password THANK YOU!’”
Munyarazi believes their annual festival has created so many opportunities.
“The preceding editions of ANOT offered much to the fans in terms of the overall experience hence they look forward to the latest instalment.
“Our long-term plan for ANOT is to continue growing it into an event with a regional and international reach, to go beyond the borders and raise the national flag high.
“The main objective of ANOT is to start the year off on a positive and uplifting note, providing a spiritual and emotional boost to attendees.”
“The event is a way to bring people together in celebration and worship, fostering a sense of community and unity in the country.
“ANOT brings together various broad-based stakeholder involvement amongst their community, business, the church, the list is long.
“ANOT has created employment opportunities within our arts and creative sector. Hopefully, as ANOT grows beyond borders additional opportunities for knowledge and talent sharing may arise.”