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B flow gets ministerial praise

CENTRAL Province Minister Sydney Mushanga has commended musicians such as B Flow for lifting the name of Kabwe high through their talents.
The minister says Central Province as a whole has immense talents in different areas and music is one such area which should be utilised.
Mushanga said B Flow, whose real name is Brian Bwembya, is a musician who comes from Kabwe, and through his music career, he is also selling Central Province’s capital.
“This is the son of the soil who has been honoured by the immediate past President of the United States Barack Obama as a GBV ambassador,” he said.
Mushanga was speaking at Three Seasons in Kabwe on Tuesday during a ceremony held to honour Zambian FIFA referee Janny Sikazwe.
He said B Flow has even done a song he has dedicated to the people of Kabwe.
“B Flow has done a song as a dedication to Kabwe. I saw the song on Sounds (a music programme on ZNBC Television) yesterday (Monday), and I was surprised to see all our children singing the same song,” the provincial minister told the gathering which mostly comprised of educationalists.
B Flow is also a multi-award winner who received recognition from President Obama.
His commitment to singing about the empowerment of women and youth, and social change has also opened doors for him to be a goodwill ambassador for many organisations, among them the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Commercial Markets for Conservation (COMACO).
Dear Mama is a personal song B Flow is not ashamed of  to tell the world about his own past life.
DRIMZ, whose real name is Lota Mandevu, is another Kabwe,based musician lifting the name of Provincial capital high.
Irene Mambilima, Umutende and Mpakafye Ubushiku, are among the songs to his credit.

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