Promise Fulfilled: DJ Fantan And DJ Levels On Covid-19 Awareness Campaigns.
Famous Chill spot Records producers DJ Fantan and DJ Levels who were recently granted bail by the high court have started Covid-19 awareness campaigns on social media as promised.
In their High Court bail application, the duo including fellow accomplice Dhama promised that if they were granted bail they would use their influence in the arts industry to assist authorities in the fight against the novel virus.
Staying true to their promise, DJ Fantan (Arnold Kamudyariwa ) and Levels (Rodger Tafadzwa Kadzimwe) have embarked on an awareness campaign as self-appointed COVID-19 ambassadors airing a video educating youths on the importance of social distancing and other Covid-19 regulations.
The duo was arrested for organizing an unsanctioned ”2021 Welcome Passa Passa’ concert on New Year’s Eve in Mbare.
Appearing before Harare Magistrate Violet Guwuriro the duo pleaded guilty to the charge of contravening Statutory Instrument 77 of 2020 that prohibits ‘convening of a public gathering during a national lockdown’, and was subsequently sentenced to 12 months imprisonment.
They are currently out on ZW$10, 000 bail each pending their conviction appeal at the high court.
Below is video posted yesterday on Chillspot record label’s Facebook page where DJ Fantan and DJ Levels emphasized the following covid-19 precautionary measures:
- wearing of masks the correct way
- stop the spread of the virus by avoiding large gatherings
- observing social distance guidelines
- avoid ‘saskam’ rounds
- strict adherence to government-stipulated COVID-19 restrictions like curfews
- to worship from home
- and that COVID-19 is not for the rich but anyone could get it
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