Since the no-nonsense president of the Republic of Tanzania breathed his last breath early last week, and being the man of the people who associated much with the needy and who supported Tanzanian talents, having the people’s interest at heart, Magufuli has indeed left a huge, oversized shoes that nobody can fit in any soon.
Immediately, the Government of Tanzania announced the saddening news of the passing on of their beloved president JPM, musicians like Rayvanny mourned him differently. He became first artist to mourn Magufuli in his new track he composed. While others mourned literally, Rayvanny chose to release a song about a big loss and sombre moods had hit their country.
Same way, Zuchu and WCB family joined Rayvanny when led by Sukuri hit maker, Zuchu dropped a sombre song which she released on Tuesday on her youtube channel mourning the loss of their father, Head of State. The song lyrics “Huzuni Imetawala, Jembe Tanzania Limetutoka…Yani kama Masiaraa, Leo Taifa Tunahuzunika”
Until we meet again in heaven, RIP JPM!
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