The death of John Pombe Joseph Magufuli has brought a brought a dark cloud in East Africa as many continue to mourn; and accept the fact that the president is no more.
According to reports, word has it that he succumbed to a heart related issue; while others are convinced that he may have been infected by Covid 19 which led to his untimely death. However as for now, we will stick to what the Tanzanian government says; but all in all truth is Tanzania just lost a man that had brought change – whether positive or negative.
As we remember him today – Ghafla has compiled a few photos taken back when the late president was a young herdsman, college student and a bachelor before settling down.
Throwback photos of Magufuli
Well, now that the Tanzanian president is gone – all we have are beautiful memories reminding us of what used to be.
Judging from the photos below we can agree that the late Magufuli has always been handsome, hardworking and visionary. Although not many will agree with this – all I know is that to the living we owe respect; but the dead we owe the truth.
Award-winning Tanzanian singer Bakari Katuti, popularly known as Beka Flavour, has released a new jam and we are really feeling. No, like really.
The song titled Hapa Kazi Tu showers President John Pombe Magufuli for the things that he has achieved since he was elected as the head of state in 2015.
In the song, Beka claims that Magufuli does not have a competitor and those who want to soil his name for one reason or the other will never succeed.
I’m indifferent about this song, part of me feels it’s mediocre and at the same time I feel it served its real purpose which is to praise Magufuli and highlight his achievements over the last four years.
I really love the beat on this jam. Although this is not the kind of songs that you would expect someone to dance to, I would not the surprised if I saw a person busting moves to it because that beat slaps really hard.
The video concept was dope, apart from the good choreography, I also loved the drone shots on the bridge. You’ll also agree with me that the editing, especially the scene transitioning was also on point.
Watch Hapa Kazi Tu below and tell us what you think.
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