KOTN hosts Mask'uerade party to promote wearing of masks

DJ Reubie

As the numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths rises in Malawi, the award winning DJ trio, Kings Of The Night (KOTN) has organised a gig dubbed Mask'uerade party to promote use of masks.

Set for Saturday July 11 at Blue Elephant in Blantyre the aim is to have fun ravers go about their life while making sure they are protecting themselves and others around them.

With only K2000 entry fee, the Mask'urade party is scheduled to start from 8pm until dawn.

According to KOTN, free chitenje masks will be available at the door.

Meanwhile, KOTN has appealed to the public to make face mask wearing mandatory.

"We are trying to encourage people who are still going out to protect themselves. As long as the clubs are still opened.


"We still have some few people who will be going out so the best thing is to remind them that they can still protect themselves by at least wearing masks. That's one way of adapting to the new normal," KOTN's member and cofounder, DJ Reubie said.

He added: "At KOTN, we believe wearing of masks should be a mandate. Malawians should accept the fact that Covid 19 is here to stay and no one knows when it will last.

"The best way is to adapt to new ways of doing things while protecting ourselves at the same time."

KOTN comprises of DJ Reubie, VJ Ice and DJ Flame.