As homosexuality remains the talk of the day among people in the country, Malawian artists have stepped up efforts in mobilizing Malawians to reject homosexuality.
Among them is talented Karonga based poet Robert Chiwamba who is expected to release two poems aiming at campaigning against the legalisation of homosexuality in the country.
Chiwamba, the man behind Mudzafa Imfa Yowawa, said in one of the poems he thanks the strong African leaders who do not bow down to the wishes of western authorities on homosexuality.
“I am excited to inform you of the release of my two new poems on homosexuality; the first, ‘Takana Mathanyula’ is a clear demonstration of the general public’s view on the issue. It also comprises arguments on why gays ought not to be legal in the country.
“The second, zikomo kwambiri is a poem which adores African leaders who have stood firm against recognising gays among others Robert Mugabe, Yoweri Museveni, Uhuru Kenyatta, Yahya Jammeh and the late Bingu wa Mutharika,” elucidated Chiwamba.
Chiwamba promised that the two poems including his recently released Kwamayi Chiwamba album will be available for free through social media and other platforms as his contribution towards the hot debate.
Recently, renowned music icon Lucius Banda prematurely ended his show after he was displeased with exhibition of gay acts by two patrons during his show.