Wasafi employees especially Muslims, who work for Diamond Platnumz are on cloud 9 following his latest move.

The TZ superstar, who is a Muslim by faith, has shown a remarkable leadership gesture by ordering his companies to pay their employees early before the Eid al-Fitr celebrations. Eid Day celebrations might happen this week on Friday or Saturday.

His gesture comes at the backdrop of President Hussein Mwinyi of Zanzibar telling the private-sector players in the country to disburse salaries ahead of the celebrations by the Muslim community.

Diamond, the Wasafi Group gaffer, took note of the president’s directive despite not being in Zanzibar.

He made his move public by tagging one of the managers, Don Ifumbwe, and informed him to comply by the directive. To fuss more about the matter, the 33-year-old musician shared the instructions on his Instagram stories.

“This should be implemented tomorrow,” Diamond wrote.

His gesture will warm the hearts of fans who were recently critical of him. On April 10, Diamond came under fire from a section of Muslims after after attending a Christian event.

The event, which took place during the holy month of Ramadan, saw Platnumz being prayed for by a Tanzanian preacher, sparking mixed reactions from fans.

Muslim fans took to social media to criticize the musician, questioning why he would attend a Christian event during Ramadan, considered a sacred time for Muslims worldwide.