SA rap star AKA makes Mzansi proud, as he emerged a winner for the Best Pan African artist of the year award at the Namibian Annual Music Award, 2019.
On Sunday morning, the rapper tweeted about his new win but revealed he couldn’t make it to Namibia for the award due to the effect of the xenophobic attack, but appreciated the award.
“Thank You Namibia. Sorry if I couldn’t be there this evening. I hope and pray to see you soon. Best Pan African? … Xenophobia is for dummies. 1 LOVE!” He tweeted.
Thank You Namibia. Sorry if couldn’t be there this evening. I hope and pray to see you soon. ❤️ Best Pan African 🏆? … Xenophobia is for dummies. 1 LOVE! https://t.co/kg1p9IWX03
— AKA (@akaworldwide) September 8, 2019
In other news – Here is the List of Africa’s longest-serving Leaders
Zimbabwe’s former president Robert Mugabe, whose death was announced on Friday, was in power for 37 years but is far from the only African leader to have ruled for so long.
Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema is Africa’s longest-serving president currently in power after 40 years. Having come to power in a 1979 coup, he was re-elected in 2016 to a fifth seven-year term in his tiny, oil-rich country. continue reading