An artist, Keith Ndlovu, created a drawing of the late music icon, Oliver Mtukudzi, and he’s auctioning it using Twitter.
Ndlovu has said that 40% of the proceeds from the auction will go to Oliver Mtukudzi’s Pakare Paye Arts Center in Norton.
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Ndlovu announced the start of the auction:
1/3 I have just completed this drawing of the legendary Oliver Mtukudzi. I am a Zimbabwean medical student and pencil artist from Harare. Please like and RT one more time in celebration of the legacy of this great icon! 42cm×30cm It took 44 hours to draw. @
2/3 THIS DRAWING WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER HERE ON THE COMMENTS SECTION. 40% of the proceeds will be donated to Pakare Paye Arts Centre. A centre that Dr Oliver Mtukudzi established to promote and nurture young talent.
3/3 Make sure to clearly state the currency of your bid. Details for payment and delivery will be discussed with the winner of the bid. Bid open. Bid ends Wednesday 6 Feb 1800hrs!
More: Keith Ndovu on Twitter
Pakare Paye Arts Centre is one of the many noble initiatives by Zimbabwe's iconic musician Oliver Mtukudzi who is known world-Wide for his unique Tuku Music genre. The centre was opened in 2004 and it is located in the small and serene town of Norton... Read More About Pakare Paye Arts Centre
Oliver Mtukudzi, also known as "Tuku" (short for Mtukudzi) was a singer-songwriter, actor, writer, film director and entrepreneur. With over 60 albums to his name, he was one of Zimbabwe's top musicians and lead of the band The Black Spirits. His music was mainly in... Read More About Oliver Mtukudzi