Unika Charity celebrates its 1st Anniversary in style

By Ian Carter Phiri

Following its successful official launch November last year, UK based Unika Charity Organisation was last Saturday, November 21, celebrating its 1st Anniversary which took place at Markyate Social Club in Luton Bedfordshire, UK.

The glamorous evening event was graced with lots of sizzling Food & drink, Raffle draw which had lots of prizes won on the night and a marathon of an action – packed music bonanza performed by UK based celebrated artists.

The Red – carpet event was curtain raised by Chloe Domani, a little girl who fascinated the crowd with the re edition of Omi’s “Cheerleader” before taking the night away with other country’s top brightest stars and notch music loyalties comprising, Gospel Rapper genius Ace Tinashe, Pamtengo Radio Personality and Gospel Sensation Sis Maneli, Electrifying Stage Masters Biggz Holiday , Rasta Soke & Wool Beta Soja.

Yet another performance of the night was the stimulating music outfit Londonspec and Ugandan gifted man Marky Dan and Yagga Steps of the ‘Necessary Steps’ fame.

The Anniversary celebration was supported by Pamtengo Radio, World Cargo International, Ladyli Events, Bella Courture Fashion, Terrence Higgins Trust, Embrace Life, In Love & Faith, Exodus Law and WAGS (Women Aspiring Great Success) with Pamtengo Radio Broadcaster, MC Chijota as Director of Affairs.

Unika is a well established Charity Organisation aimed at helping the elderly and the communities to claim their rights, challenge discrimination and overcome poverty thereby fostering dignified, secure, active and healthy lives in the UK and developing countries such as Malawi and Zimbabwe in Africa.

With its continued efforts to building a socially inclusive society where all people feel valued regardless of individual differences, Unika continues touching lives by offering Christmas dinners around Luton for the elderly during festive seasons and supply of clothing to the communities besides the 7 boreholes already constructed in Nathenje, Malawi that now caters for safe and clean drinking water for the community, according to Yendamo Kapalamula, one of the Charity’s Trustees.

Sam Huwa, yet another trustee of Unika Charity says as Unika believes in helping people earn a better living through responses to tackling abuse against the vulnerable and undertaking humanitarian work, the charity will this year also date the communities on Christmas day with Christmas dinners around Dunstable in Luton like they did last year.