Nasheed artist Qadhaf Ahmed Pilo and Salim Kumpita hosted 26 orphans and needy kids from Machinjiri on eid day to share with them the proceeds that he got after selling his first ever DVD.
Speaking to Malawi Muslims Website, Pilo said that he felt it important to celebrate Eid-ul-fitri with orphans and other needy muslim children to show his appreciation to the general public for their support to his nasheeds.
“There are a lot of people out there who love our songs but do not have the privilege of watching us perfoming live and even knowing us by face. So I decided to invite these children who cannot afford a ticket to watch our live perfomances and show them the true meaning of Islam which is peace (and sharing) amongst ourselves. We had a luncheon together, we played some games, we had quran competition recitation and many more,” said pilo.
Pilo lauched his first DVD album in may this year. He has three audio albums to his credit and he is recording his fourth album to be released shortly.