JANET Manyowa’s handlers have released a star-studded line-up for their annual festival, which is dubbed “A Night of Thanksgiving 2024” to be held at the Harare International Conference Centre on January 1.
With two months left for the event, Janet’s management has been doing its best to put together a fine and memorable show.
Top South African gospel artistes, Bishop Benjamini Dube and Khaya Mthetwa, are expected to take part in the event.
Pastor G, Tembalami, The Unveiled and the Joyful Praise Choir will also feature at the show.
Janet’s husband, Munyaradzi Manyowa, who doubles up as her manager, confirmed the star-studded line-up.
“The ministers on the #ANOT2024 flier are people that I have developed great relationships and rapport with over the years.
“They were a call away,” he said.
“I am always overwhelmed by the excitement ANOT goers show each time we announce the details of the event and release tickets.
“I am grateful for every ticket that has been purchased so far.”
Munyaradzi’s team believes the event is now evolving with each passing edition.
“After the ANOT of 2023, one of the major comments that we received, especially on social media, was of the need to move to a bigger venue.
“I am glad that we managed to secure this for the 2024 instalment.
“There is so much we are planning – a few surprises that you have to be present at HICC on the 1st of January 2024 to witness for yourselves.”
He hailed fans and service providers who have always supported their event, which has become a permanent feature on the showbiz calendar.
Munyaradzi, who is also a counsellor, has a special message for the fans.
“To everyone reading this, I would like to offer a reminder that Jesus is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords!
“He deserves all the worship and praise.
“It is such worship and praise that we gather, with thankful hearts, to give to Him each year at ANOT.”