"We shall die like fools if we have government which is corrupt and is only waiting to be given money by the international community"
Be careful mr. Mumba, before they make you magically disappear..
SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF DR. STEPHEN KARANJA, KENYA’S ANTI-EXPERIMENTAL-VACCINE DOCTOR 30/04/2021
HUGO TALKS ABOUT THE DEATH OF PRESIDENT JOHN MAGUFULI FROM TANZANIA
WAS TANZANIAN PRESIDENT JOHN MAGUFULI SILENCED FOR QUESTIONING THE NARRATIVE??
TANZANIA PRESIDENT (AND BIOLOGIST PHD) DIES AT 61.. RIP MR. JOHN MAGUFULI 🕯️ #PCRTESTFRAUD
TANZANIA SAYS NO (TO THE #COVIDOPERATION) 🛩️ LET'S GO ..
Upon independence in 1964, Zambia adopted the melody of “Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika” for the melody, yet different lyrics were written to specifically reflect Zambia. “Nkosi” is a popular song and anthem in Southern Africa; the song was also formerly used by Zimbabwe, Ciskei, and Transkei, and currently by Tanzania and as part of the South African anthem.
In 2005, representatives of the Zambian women’s movement wanted the lyrics to the national anthem changed: “free men” changed to “freely” and “brothers” to “all one”. It was decreed that when the anthem was adopted the masculine gender was used to include females as well, and the anthem was not changed, since the anthem is “composed of historical lyrics that reflect the country’s heritage.”
(description c/o nationalanthems.info)