Peace, unity songs for Mugabe, Tsvangirai

BULAWAYO – Former Zanu PF chairman in Bulawayo Mthulisi Moyo has dropped an album dedicated to President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.

Moyo, who is an independent candidate in Bulawayo’s ward 3, released an album titled Till The End which addresses the political polarisation bedevilling Zimbabwe.

Recorded at Joe Maseko’s House of Rising Sound Studios in the City of Kings, the three-track album, mostly in English, carries the plug tracks Hambalathi, We Can all Work Together and Till The End of Time.

Moyo hopes his music will breathe a new lease of life into Zimbabwe’s polarised politics.

“Zimbabwe is messed up,” Moyo told the Daily News.

“Our politics has been dysfunctional for decades now and we are a divided nation always fighting. As a result I was compelled to record an album to try and make a point in order to promote the spirit of unity and national responsibility.”

Moyo says the title track aims to encourage people not give up the fight for a better Zimbabwe until the end of time.

The 31-year-old aspiring Bulawayo councillor repeatedly sings on the importance of ensuring that the mistakes of the disputed 2008 elections are not repeated again.

“The reason why I dedicated this album to the two leaders is because they currently are the most powerful in this polarised political field.

“As a result they hold the future of over 13 million citizens in their hands,” he added.

Moyo wants the two leaders to exhibit more selflessness and tolerance and seek solution and guidance from God as Zimbabwe seeks to chart a better political future.

Comments (3)

the problem here is that people keep on saying tsvangirai is as good as mugabe. no not at all. yes tsvangirai has his own weaknesses, so is ncube. however mugabe has for 33 years done harm to this country tha good. he is far different than the rest. we cant give him another chance.

sammy - 25 July 2013

Washaya zvekuimba here. Kana uchida kusupporter isu maChinja supporter ka. Kana uchida kusupporter avawo vechibhakera chine nhetemwa supporter. Hatidi vana munatsa-kwese. Hapana kushanda tese apa, hatife takashanda neZanu futi. After 31st they will all pay zvavakadya zvemarema nguva yese iyi.

ChimedzahMapfumo - 27 July 2013

Mapfumo your comment is evidence of the terrible polarization syndrome that Zimbabwe currently suffers from. What is wrong with a Zimbabwean sharing a certain message that knows no party boundaries?

Mthulisi Moyo - 31 July 2013

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