In their journey to help donate mobility sticks to the blind partially sighted, Lesire Morotsi and Lesedi Mpabanga alongside Daisy Mmama Fichani brought under one roof Steve Kekana, Babsy Mlangeni, Kori Moraba, Johnny Mokhali, Amantle Brown and Socca Moruakgomo, the latter two Botswana’s very own this past weekend at the Legends Live Tour at the Ba Isago Convention Centre.
After a long wait, Babsy Mlangeni came on stage first to warm the attendees with the likes of Ha Sekekete that got people on their feet dancing and singing. The blind 76-year old mentioned on stage that being disabled does not mean limitation to doing what you love most, “hence I’m stage at the age of 76, blind but still able to get my groove on,” mentioned Mlangeni.
The famous Tsoang Tsoang that is normally sung at weddings got the crowd taking out their devices to make sure they capture every moment. Assistant minister of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture
There is a Setswana saying letlhaku lele ncha le agelelwa mo go le legologolo meaning that the new generation shall grow and learn from the old generation that is why Amantle Brown was incorporated on board.
Botswana’s very own saxophonist, Socca Moruakgomo who performed songs like Wena, Lefhatshe, embraced the spirit of love amongst nations. To close the legends live tour, known for his famous song, Batlogeleng and Lerato ka mogala, Johnny Mokhali set the stage on fire in the early hours of the morning.