Majongwe must concentrate on unionism

EDITOR — I have lived in this country all my life but have never heard a single song from the Progressive Teachers of Zimbabwe secretary-general Raymond Majongwe.

I was actually surprised that he has already produced more than 30 albums, including Which Way Africa?, The Daily News (Singing it like it is), Dr Hasting “Kamuzu” Banda, I sing What I like, Samora Machel, Xenophobia, Mr Music Man, Musazvidzokorore Futi — Long Live President and his latest album Psalms 35, among others, but have not had the priviledge of listening to his music.

It looks like many of us have not heard his songs showing his music it is not worth listening to or is not being aired on the national radio stations.

My advise to Majongwe is that he should first concentrate on improving the lives of teachers who are giving him a salary every month instead before  trying to be a musician.

What makes me say this is that, even now with the liberation of the airwaves, still no-one seems to be intrested in playing his music.

Would one radio station please play his Nikuv album so that we are not quick to judge.



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