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DJ ordered to stop playing Mnangagwa's 'Kutonga Kwaro'

by Staff reporter
27 March 2018 | 17161 Views
A LOCAL DJ who was hired to entertain people at the World Consumer Rights commemorations day held in Mutare recently got a rude awakening after he was stopped from playing Jah Prayzah popular hit Kutongwa Kwaro by the crowd.

According to NewZimbabwe.com, the function was convened by the Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) under the theme 'Making digital marketplaces fairer'.

During the interlude, the DJ was tasked to entertain the crowd with some music while guests were preparing their presentations.

However, there were disagreements over the choice of the music by the crowd as the DJ was mainly playing dancehall sidelining the elderly.

To strike a balance between the youths and the elderly, the DJ decided to jam Kutongwa Kwaro gamba but the situation got worse after the crowd jeered at him and asked him to stop the song.

There was a loud booing from the crowd when the song started playing.




"We don't want that song it's a political song. This is not a political rally we don't want it," shouted one elderly woman who was sitting in the front row.

Another elderly man who was sitting at the back said the song did not suit the occasion.

"This song is for a certain political party. We are not here to prop up people or hero worship them. Let's focus on what we came here for," said the elderly man.

The song is usually played during Zanu PF gatherings-showering praises on President Mnangagwa.



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Source: newzimbabwe

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