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Jah Prayzah was welcomed Thursday afternoon by hundreds of fans at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport as he landed from Australia where he had been on tour.

Jah Prayzah was welcomed Thursday afternoon by hundreds of fans at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport as he landed from Australia where he had been on tour.

by Wilson Kakurira
Musician of the moment Jah Prayzah, who had been on tour in Australia, touched down at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport today, where he was welcomed by hundreds of fans.

His return followed the dominance of his hit song “Kutonga Kwaro” during the period of Operation Restore Legacy, which ended with the resignation of President Mugabe on Tuesday.http://www.herald.co.zw/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/wordpress/img/trans.gif

Jah Prayzah was welcomed Thursday afternoon by hundreds of fans at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport as he landed from Australia where he had been on tour.

Jah Prayzah was welcomed Thursday afternoon by hundreds of fans at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport as he landed from Australia where he had been on tour.

Zanu-PF subsequently nominated former Vice President Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa for President and he will be sworn in tomorrow.
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Jah Prayzah, whose real name is Mukudzeyi Mukombe, spoke to his fans for a few minutes, before he was whisked away by his security into his vehicle.

 

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  • Cde Hondo

    Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe this has to stop ,yes jah is a good singer but but without taking anything from him, I don’t don’t like this Mugabe reloading attitude again. Let’s be progressive again please. This praise worshipping has to stop. Ndapota!!!!. To our new president please yes party politics is right but Zimbabwean masses is more powerful than what you saw today or before.

    • Buddie

      Celebs gets attention the world over, what’s yo problem buddie..?

  • Tamuka

    I for one am totally against this hero worshiping mentality that Zimbabweans have. This is the sole reason why the old man did not want to leave office. I would also advise the young artist to desist from engaging in political activism if he did, this is to safeguard his promising career.