Tiwonge Mhango who returned to Malawi after a 17 year stay in the US has set a new agenda on how to save the World.
The artists, who is on pathway to rekindle his music career that made him a household name in the country, has joined the country’s tree-planning season campaign in an effort to address climate change. He stormed Bwaila in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe over the weekend for a tree-planting initiative.
“It’s sad to see our country going bare, we need to be environmental friendly people by among other things making tree planting exercises as a habit,” said Mhango who received a warm welcome by locals in Bwaila.
According to Tiwonge, his coming to Malawi makes him appreciate the roots of his life adding that he would love to establish a Tiwonge Mhango Foundation in the near future.
Among other things, the community of Bwaila gave Tiwonge a treat of traditional dances like Gulewankulu.
“There’s more happiness in giving than in receiving. I want to share with others and perhaps make their lives better. I would like to make life full of meaning, purpose and impact to others,” he explained.