Praise Masvosva, Entertainment Reporter

Gospel musician Tafadzwa “Lasper” Ncube has urged people who are returning to Zimbabwe to follow all the procedures from health experts in a new song titled Toikunda coronavirus.

The Bindura based entertainer said the song is aimed at encouraging people to stop the spread of the virus.

“I have recorded the song after I heard that we recorded more than 70 new cases last week.

“According to the health experts the new cases are from the returnees and the song urges people to follow all the procedures when returning home.

“There are people who are trying to avoid quarantine and they are becoming dangerous to others.

“The song also seek to strengthen people during this time of coronavirus,” he said.

He added:

“In the song I am encouraging people to invite the presence of God.

“If we all believe in God and follow all the procedures from the responsible authorities coronavirus will have a natural death.

“Let’s follow all what we are being told and stop spreading falsehood about the virus.”

Lasper also urged people to avoid unnecessary movements to combat the pandemic.

“Let’s sanitise our hands and don’t forget to put on masks.

” I urge people to avoid meetings and continue observing social distances.

“If you suspect you have the virus don’t hesitate to seek medical attention.

“It’s for the best interest of others and if we are united we will definitely win as a nation and the world at large.”

The song has an accompanying video to complement the audio.

Lasper is under the guidance of Bindura based gold buyer Kudzanai Kangara who is catering for his studio time.

“Lasper is a talented young man who is eager to work.

” The song is educates people about the coronavirus.

“It’s a must listen and I am confident he will become a big artist soon considering the effort he put in his career.

“People should always observe social distance to avoid the spread of the  virus,” said Kangara.