Tongai Moyo’s Sons to Hold Seperate Gigs in Rememberance of the Sungura Hero

Peter Moyo and his young brother Tongai Obert Moyo are set to hold separate gigs in remembrance of their late father, Tongai Moyo.

Peter will be at Bar Rouge on Sunday where he will go it alone in remembering and commemorating his father’s legacy.

Peter has managed to keep Utakataka Express afloat in the last 10 years. Obert was only 11 years old when Dhewa died.

Obert will be at Tropicana hotel in Kwekwe to celebrate his father.

The late Utakataka Express front man succumbed to cancer on 15 August 2011 after a long battle with the disease.

Peter quickly assumed the reins of his father’s band and managed to release five albums.

Along the way Tongai jr decided to join the music fray claiming Peter was ruining their father’s legacy which marked a rivalry between the two siblings.

Fans have been urging the two, who have different music strengths, to combine forces. But, unity between the two siblings is proving to be elusive.