Final Warning honours First Lady in new song

Sophia Chese Arts Correspondent
Zimdancehall outfit, Final Warning Crew, made of brothers Prosper and Edward Dembedza, has released a song in honour of First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe.

Titled “Kuna Amai”, the song hails the First Lady for putting the nation in order and the good things she has been doing for the people of Zimbabwe over the years, especially taking care of orphans.

The song starts by encouraging people to follow the First Lady’s footsteps saying there is no way a mother can lead her children astray.

“Kuna Amai ndiko kunoendwa, nherera munyika medu muri kuchengeta. Gushungo mukuriritira, vaiita huori makavaudza kuti Stop it. Tinodada navo Amai Dr Grace, tinodada navo nekuti pese patotadza vanounza mercy,” goes part of the song.

In an interview, Final Warning lead vocalist Prosper “Proda” Dembedza said the song was inspired by what the First lady is doing for the people of Zimbabwe.

“It is no secret that our mother is working tirelessly to bring sanity in our country. A lot of evil doings have happened with some people misusing the party Zanu-PF for personal gains. She has managed to unearth some of these things and a number of people have been brought to book,” said Proda.

“She is currently preaching against factionalism and encouraging peace to prevail in the country. Besides taking care of orphans at her children’s home she has been donating some food stuffs during her rallies and above everything, she is the one taking care of our President so she deserves all the honour.”

Proda thanked Harare South MP Shadreck Mashayamombe for supporting them to release the song saying they were working on the video, which will be released soon.

“Cde Mashayamombe financed everything including the video shoot which is currently underway,” he said.

Proda, who has released a number of revolutionary songs, said they will keep doing music that adds value to the nation.

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