Tanzanian singer Harmonize hails from a poor background but he has risen from sleeping hungry to becoming one of East-Africa’s most sought after performers.
In a bid to give back to society, the ‘Magufuli’ singer on Sunday launched a food programme offering free meals to the less fortunate.
Flanked by the Ilala District Commissioner Sophia Mjema, Harmonize flagged off a food truck branded ‘Konde Boy Mgahawa’ that will be supplying free food for the next six months.
The singer took to social media expressing his joy at having finally actualizing the dream.
“I have fulfilled one of my life-long dreams! God is good,” wrote Harmonize.
He then went ahead to thank DC Sophia Mjema for welcoming him to her area of jurisdiction before appreciating the press for providing coverage writing, “your presence will make many people see this and get inspired.”
The food was handed out to the gathered crowd in small bags labelled ‘Konde Boy Mgahawa.’
According to Harmonize, the truck will be giving out free foods only on Sundays but the frequency could increase should sponsors come onboard.
Blessings galore after WCB exit
After exiting WCB following a rumoured fallout with Diamond Platnumz, Harmonize has seen good tidings come his way. He went on to launch his own record label, Konde Music Worldwide a couple of weeks later.
Just a few days ago, Tanzania president John Magufuli expressed his desire to see Harmonize run for MP in the next General Elections.
In a past interview, Harmonize narrated how he would go to bed hungry for lack of money.
“I used to wake up at 4am to make tea which I then hawked in Kariokor. I’m one of those people who have had a tough life even though it’s not good to speak on the highs and lows. However, when one speaks about them, they can motivate many others.”