Kudakwashe Ncumani, Entertainment Reporter
Comedian Ray Vines has described his exhibition held at Zimparks Gardens, where he preached about faithfulness, as a success.
Born Melusi Chiripowoko, the Mukukuzvi brand owner was impressed by the attendance.
“The turn up was awesome and I think my message was heard and its spreading,“ he said.
He also said his relationship with Ruva acted as a window to show how relationships can be handled.
“Ruva and I tried by all means to teach people how to support and take care of each other in a relationship.
“I was able to preach White and Red theme to the audience in which they like it,” he said.
The Chitungwiza based comedian was happy with the feedback he got from people about his message.
“People are still commenting on my videos and reposting my videos and also my inbox is full of responses and I’m happy about it“.
Although it was a campaign, there were also different companies and artists who graced the event.
“Mentioning names I will leave some but I would like to thank all companies and artists who managed to be at the event, I’m really grateful, I hope to see you next time,” he said.
He also hailed his partnership with Zimparks Gardens.
“Zimparks and I are very happy that we managed to pull through this event and able to advocate faithfulness to couples.
“Our country is facing so many challenges and my short videos are there to bring out solutions that will help people, look at the faithfulness campaign,” he said.
He is still inviting people in advance to his Creative Hub which is to opened soon in Harare
“Everyone is invited to the Creative Hub which is going to be opened soon in town,” he added.