A reality show known as Nankungwi will kick off tomorrow afternoon at M-Theatre in Blantyre.
Organisers have since said this is an interactive show that showcases skills that build relationships.
Creator of the reality show, Daniel Chibwana, said the show is open to the public.
“We will be having one show every month in Blantyre and one show every month in Lilongwe. Again, we will make sure that, during every show, we should have an artist and, in the case of this first show, we will have Andy Seko,” he said.
Chibwana said Namkungwi Reality show is a television event that will feature relationship issues.
In the show, Chibwana will play the coach responding to various relationship issues that affect people on a daily basis.
“As a coach, I will be interacting with guests from all walks of life with successful relationship stories that will inspire others,” he said.
Some of the topics set to be covered in the show include family, marriage, dating, parenting and finances.
“We are serious about this show and it is not a one-off thing. This show is aimed at educating as well as inspiring people,” Chibwana said.
Asked about the source of funding for the reality show, Chibwana said:
“I have been saving money for some time until now, when I thought we should get started. I am still trying to look at ways of generating funds so that the show continues but, for now, we are in safe hands.”
He said that they are not into money making but, rather, serving people.
“Each show will have themes and we just want to call upon people to come because the audience will experience things as they happen,” Chibwana said.
From Blantyre, the reality show will move to Kamuzu College of Nursing in Lilongwe on December 16.