King Monada Heads To The Streets To Support Street Vendors Before 21-day Lockdown Begins

Award winning singer, King Monada has revealed the plans he has to support the street vendors before the country shuts down due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The “Melwehde” crooner took to his social media page On Wednesday the 25th of March 2020 to reveal his intentions, as he shared screenshot of a social media influencer, who vowed to patronize the street vendors to assist them from the financial loss they might incur due to the lock down. In other to contain the virus spread , the government decide to issue a lock down which will be taking effect from Friday 27th of March.

See post below;

I wont sleep well if this doesn’t happen
Today I just wanna go out there and support street vendors since is our last day of going out, this doesn’t mean we have money/rich nop we use whatever the cents we have to support them, on a serious note I’m going to buy all their stock, some of it I won’t use but ketla bona ke isha kae. 21 days is too much for them, they are our mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters and they need our support in this difficult time.
Albert Makwela #king_monada_music_members this is what we are going to do today We are all in this together

South Africa like other African countries witnessed its first Coronavirus case weeks ago and since then the number has been going up with some countries witnessing their first death cases. In other to contain the spread some African leaders including SA have decide to go on total lockdown

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