Arron Nyamayaro, Entertainment Reporter
QUEEN of rhumba and Kwasa Kwasa, Yondo Sister, is set to hold her last show in Zimbabwe before quitting staging musical shows, H-Metro can reveal.
Speaking from her base in Paris, France through her manager Rosaria Lubende, Yondo Sister is set to tour Africa and hope Covid-19 will not affect her show at the Harare International Conference Centre in August next year.
“Yondo Sister is looking forward to tour Africa after her last trip to Africa in June last year where she performed in Kenya,” said Rosa.
“She released her latest single titled ‘Hope Je T’ embrassirre’ (I will hug you) which is now trending on YouTube, Spotify and her Facebook page.
“Amai Titi will be one of the supporting artistes, she is one of Yondo Sister’s biggest fans.
“It is our hope that Covid-19 will be a thing of the past by August 2021 and I will be happy to be in my mother’s country although my father is Congolese.
“My marriage to a Congolese gave me opportunity to manage Yondo Sister and promoting Koffi Olomide and Mafikizolo.
“Yondo Sister is a mother of three boys and her last born is the lead guitarist. They are both looking forward to experience Zimbabwean love and environment.
“Yondo Sister cannot wait to give a spirited performance in Zimbabwe a show she says will be her last before working at the back stage,” said Lubende.
The UK-based Lubende, born at Harare Central Hospital and grew up in Highfiled’s New Canaan, went to Mhofu Primary School and Highfield High School.