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Me, you and everyone and their mama know damn well that this shit is funny…..so I don’t need y’all judging me. If I was one of the judges, I would have laughed till I fell off my chair and then laughed again while on the floor LOL.
The poor guy was clearly unnerved after the judges told him to sing the second time around…kkkkk….I do have sympathy for the dude tho LOL
My Naija people, y’all definitely have the BEST and the WORST LOL
Next Step for Emerging Economies
But Brazil’s had a contraction of 0.6% though.
Rwanda is definitely a paragon for how African countries should develop. Its surge in economic growth is hugely attributed to agriculture and investment in tourism.
I also adore the fact that the Rwandan government installed English as a primary language of communication. Recently, the government has been utilizing more of English than French.
No offense to anyone from French-Speaking Africa but the French-Speaking Africans are still pretty much mentally and economically colonized by France and their economies are shit. Even latent countries that have immense opportunities as Senegal and Gabon are not performing that well. They pretty much run to the French for any picayune detail. I find their governments to be asinine to say the least. They are puppets to the French.
Now, I am not saying that Mozambique should scrap Portuguese but why is the Minister of Education in Mozambique not implementing English as a secondary language that ought to be used from elementary all the way to universities?. English ought to be taught and communicated throughout Mozambique in every town, city and province. This will certainly place the country at a forerun of investments and we seriously need to change some of those preposterous Portuguese bureaucratic systems of managing affairs. My emotions are getting the best of me so let me stop here before I excoriate the the politics of Mozambique. kkkkkkkkkkk
But I am happy for Rwanda because this country is a luminary for all African countries and is on the right track towards her Vision2020 developmental program. It will take a long time before Mozambique elevates herself from the world’s poorest countries no matter the surge in economic growth.
Coastal music; music from my people
This musician is called “AT” and he is probably my favourite Tanzanian singer. I do listen to Diamond sometimes though.
I dedicate this song to my brothers/sisters from Tanzania and my Muslim brothers/sisters from Northern Mozambique!….Ke saudade imensa!!!!
The story of Timothy Khamala and Sarika Patel
Today, I was feeling despondent until I watched this news. This is such a beautiful story on humanity and life. I know of so many Indian families in Mozambique who will unfortunately react the same way Sarika’s family did.
Sarika has chosen LOVE over material things. Kudos
May God bless their beautiful union and all the best to them!!!
Angelique Kidjo - Shango Wa
Please watch this video!!…Angelique Kidjo is just STUPENDOUS. This is what I call an authentic virtuoso.
Can you feel the passion emanating from this woman as she sings?.
She is singing in the Yoruba language which is spoken notably in Nigeria and Benin. I believe “Shango” in Yoruba means "god of fire"
I am not trying to be funny or histrionical but I literally was moving my head from side-to-side throughout the entire performance and when she finished, I literally applauded. She is a pure genius.
Angelique Kidjo is really preeminent; she is in a league of her own. Very few can really make music which transcends powerfully.
NB: Even after all these years, she still dances amazingly on stage.
More power to this African woman!
"Shango, shango boluki shango shango"!!!!
PIEGE DE FREESTYLE #34
DOPENESS @ 1:30…..Bilal Duarte is killing that freestyle!!!!!...
The Asian guy at the end just needs to shut the fuck up…Who fooled him he could freestyle? KKKKKKKK!!