…praises Mujuru for seeing light
By Itai Muzondo
Masvingo ,09 October 2015 – Former Zanu PF youths who are now proud members of the Mujuru led People First have released their first jingles titled Mauya Mauya Amai praising the former Vice President for seeing the light.
In the jingles, Mujuru is encouraged to soldier on despite all the hurdles as the nation is eagerly waiting for solutions from her.
The reggae jingle which explains the former Vice – President as Soul of Tarsus has of now had its way through social media networks with the composers’ patron Kudakwashe Gopo disclosing that the group has an upcoming six track album which focuses on simplifying the BUILD clauses through music.
“In politics, anyone would need different ways of communicating their message to their supporters and music is one of them. I have worked with a group of youths to release our first single and we are yet to release a six track album that simplifies BUILD in an entertaining manor.
“We are also looking to submit our jingles for airplay. If we fail to have that airplay, we will definitely do all we can to be granted space since the law entails that all political parties should be equally be represented in the media,” said Gopo.
Parts of the lyrics sing, “Amai mapenyerwa, makore makumi mana tiri mugwenga, taitopona ne manna. Amai mapenyerwa kunge Sauaro, masiya zvekare kunge Pauro, mave nevanhu pamoyo, tonange Canaan, kuzere mabasa nemari inotenga…)“.politics