SENSATIONAL reggae artiste Maiko Zulu, formerly St. Michael, has with immediate effect resigned as president of the Zambia Association of Musicians (ZAM).
This is according to a statement he has posted on his facebook page.
Zulu has however not stated the reason for his resignation after having been at the helm of the association for three years.
The statement reads: “Please be informed that I have resigned my position as Zambia Association of Musicians President with immediate effect. I wish to thank all of you for your support during the 3 years I have served as leader of ZAM and I wish my successor and his/her team the best of luck”.
Zulu was elected ZAM president during the ZAM extraordinary conference at Lusaka’s Fairview Hotel in 2010 replacing Maureen Lilanda.
He is also a human rights activist and a recognized International Labor Organization Child Ambassador to Zambia.
His work both in the music industry and human rights arena is well known both locally and internationally.