WCB Artists Walk For The Purpose Of Honoring The Late President John Pombe Magufuli (Video)
By SanayaVelma | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 6442 views
A video that has been shared with WCB on their social media platforms , show WCB artists and employees taking walking to Chato where the funeral service is currently being held in. A number of Celebrities have arrived for the purpose of laying the body of the late president to rest after the citizens were given a chance to give him their last respect.
Among the artists in the video are the head of WCB, Diamond Platinumz, Zuchu, Rayvanny, Babalevo, Lavalava together with Wasafi employees from the Presenters, videographers, to the photographers and also the bodyguards of different artists Making them appear as a big crowd. Something that they did for the purpose of giving Magufuli some last respect before he is finally laid to rest in his home. Their action has raised a number of reactions since no one thought they could come as one to honor Magufuli in a simple way.
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