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Easter Revival meetings in Birmingham- event to air live on Radio 247 Malawi

As christians worldwide continue to observe the easter time, Weapons of revival church UK has organised a series of meetings where the word of of God will be preached.

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Hosts: Rev Alleito & Triump Mkandawire

In a statement made available to Radio 247 Malawi, the church host pastors : Rev Alleito and Triump Mkandawire will bring  ” Believers sound of Abundance” meetings  at their base in the city of Birmingham. The theme of the meetings comes from the verses 1 kings 18 v 41 and Ephesians 4 v 13.

Some guest pastors will also preach at the event and these include Pastor Chance Munthali and Pastor Phillip Banda.

The event will take place this saturday 4th April and Sunday 5th April from 1.30pm to 6pm. The saturday meeting will be aired live on radio 247 malawi. Sunday gospel presenter and Radio 247 Director Amos Amophi Phiri confirmed that all is set for the meeting to be live on air.

The venue of the event is : 1st FLOOR, UNIT 4, HOLFORD DRIVE,PERRY BARR, Birmingham .B42 2TU. Those going to attend the meeting can get on these buses from Birmingham city centre . Bus 33,907, 934, 997, 935a and drop off a bus stop after Perry Barr Greyhound Stadium in the city.

More details can be obtained from the host pastors on Numbers 07454388452 or 07447796842

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Live on air: Radio 247 Director Amophi



Reggae star Luciano, prays for flood victims as he finally tours Malawi.

By: Ecram Mpita 
Jamaican reggae  icon Luciano, real name Jepther McClymont who performed in Malawi at Silver Stadium on Saturday prayed for people that have been badly hit by Floods which affected 15  of country`s 28 districts.

Initially, Luciano was billed to perform in Malawi last year in October but the tour was cancelled last year due to what the media reported as fears of Ebola although he disputed it during the show.‎

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Luciano at silver stadium

Despite the earlier cancellation  many fans of Jah Messenger turned up for the show and were all filled with glee as Luciano put up a scintillating performance.

At the height of his performance, Luciano then prayed for the disaster victims and went further to ask the fans to pray for victims, saying Lord be with them.‎

Speaking in a separate interview Malawian reggae star, South African based Born Afrikan said through his company Born Afrikan production, he will soon be bringing another reggae star before the end of the year.

Born African Production which brought in the Jah Messenger also brought in another Jamaican reggae star Fanton Mojah in December last year.‎

“Be on lookout that that sooner than later Born African Productions will be bringing another big artist to perform here,” he said.‎‎

Luciano performed over 20 tracks among others including “It’s Me Again Jah,” “Good God,”and “Lord give me strength”.‎