CELEBRATED musicians B Flow and Kachanana last Saturday left Mongu residents begging for more when they performed at the Triple V Concert at Mulambwa Ground.
The day which started on a rather good note, however, ended with bad scenes as excited fans smashed the screen of B Flow’s vehicle when he tried to make his way out, around 17:00 hours.
This was after the musician’s vehicle, which was mobbed by fans, mainly teenagers, got stuck in sand.
In no time, the security team which was helping police to keep order at the venue came to his aid, but as soon as he got on an alternative vehicle, some fans started stoning the stuck car.
No arrests were made by press time.
B-Flow later posted on his Facebook page that he was disappointed with what had transpired after the show.
“I’m disappointed! It started as a happy day in Mongu as we performed at the voter education Triple V concert with Kachanana and JC. After the show, a group of people appearing to be excited fans surrounded my car.
“Due to the confusion, security took me into a different vehicle as my car was now stuck in sand. Before I realised it, some people were throwing stones at my car.
“This is not what I wished to see after driving a whole eight hours to Mongu. Disappointed,’’ the post read.
And on the stage things went perfectly fine as B Flow unleashed hit songs like Side Plate and Naya Shalapo, much to the excitement of fans.
Earlier, Kachanana also won the hearts of the fans with her moves while JC equally lived up to expectation.
The Triple V campaign is a product of the Go Out and Vote Project which is being implemented by four Zambian civil society organisations to sensitise young people and women to register as voters, through music.
The organisations include the Zambia National Women’s Lobby (ZNWL), Anti-Voter Apathy Project (AVAP), Operation Young Vote (OYV) and Young Women in Action (YWA).
So far, four concerts have been held in Chipata, Lusaka, Kabwe and Mongu by artistes Macky 2, Slap D, Mampi, Kachanana, B Flow and Chef.