Dendera king, Sulumani Chimbetu’s dreams of brighter days seem to have come true as the renowned musician has launched his own Fan Club notification service called Sululink in a bid to beat the technological advancement rush that has hit the global village.
This initiative which is icing on the cake for the Sulu fans will see fans receiving show updates through their mobile phones as text messages and is applicable to all network platforms, regardless of the service provider.
Joe ‘Local’ Nyamungoma the Orchestra Dendera Kings Publicist said this service is cheap, affordable and any one can find it useful,
“This service minimizes costs, saves time and it is for our fans’ convenience as we trying to cater for our fans so that they incur little expenses, but having the best of services and convenience.” He said.
Nyamungoma went on to say that they are optimistic with the developments within their group,
“Orchestra Dendera Kings is a professionally run band therefore we try to give our fans the best in a unique way and we are proud our brand is growing every minute and we are internationally recognized.” He said.
The fan club notification service technically known as Sululink can be joined by sending a call me back message to the number 0776818401.
One can note how the Orchestra Dendera kings are trying to bring down the moon and the sun for their loved ones ‘fans’ as they have introduced membership cards to its fans which is a first of its kind. The monthly subscribed cards will have the users face, ID and serial number. The cards are offered in three categories, Platinum, Gold and Silver and will have services varying according to category.
Nyamungoma highlited that fans who wish to be part and parcel of the card holders should subscribe to the details provided,
” Our Fans who are interested in this initiative should send call me back messages to the number 0776818401 for more information on the use and attainment of the membership cards,” he said.
Suluman walked away with the Best Male Musician award at the just ended NAMA awards held in the capital on Valentine’s Day hardly three months after the launch of Gunship, his latest album, which carries hits like Chirongo, Phone, Moto, Nyuchi, & Idah Nhoro at a colorful event held at an upmarket restaurant in highlands. The album which has taken the nation by storm leaves the Sky as the only limit for the superstar who was recently appointed brand ambassador for Savanna Tobacco and has many deals with several companies like Alpha & Omega Dairy Company.