Morebodi Foundation to host inaugural gospel show

Phempheretle.PIC.KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Phempheretle.PIC.KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Newly established Morebodi Foundation is organising a gospel show to raise money for children born with life-threatening medical conditions. The inaugural gospel show, branded Independence Gospel Show, is scheduled for September 26 at Boipuso Hall.

The line-up for the show will include some of Botswana’s most celebrated gospel singers; Bafana ‘Phempherethe’ Pheto, Mmereki Marakakgoro, Mathews Matsetse, Suggie Fisher, Kabelo Eric, Tshepo Lesole, and Charity Boitshoko.  The gospel show will also feature Ditsala Moreneng Clap and Tap Choir, United Congregation Church of Southern Africa (UCCSA) Mogoditshane Choir, and Turning Point. The brains behind the concept, Kagiso Morebodi, who also owns Call Back Events, explained that the project for starters will concentrate on children from disadvantaged families, who cannot afford medical treatment for their children.  He explained that there are some children who end up with permanent disabilities due to their families not having the financial capacity for medical assistance. 

He further explained that he hopes the concert, which he intends to make into an annual event will be able to provide the much-needed financial support for disadvantaged families. 

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