G40 aligned group threatens Jah Prayzah over songs

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 In a Facebook post, Children of War Veterans leader Munyaradzi Shoko threatened Jah Prayzah over some of his songs and accused him of meddling in Zanu-PF factional politics. The group is believed to be aligned to Zanu-PF’s G40 Faction.

Wrote Shoko:

Jah Prayzah allow me to warn you to desist from interfering with Zanu PF party factional politics before it’s too late. It is not a secret today that you are reportedly being used to compose songs that fuel political divisions in this country. I am advised that you are working with (Chris) Mutsvangwa and Phillip Chabata who are promoting you to release songs that seek to provoke and insult Zanu PF leadership.

You are reportedly targeting certain groups of individuals in the party after you released the popular Mudhara Achauya song dedicating it to your factionalist (Mnangagwa), something you publicly denied. Today we hear you are about to release a song entitled Kutonga Kwaro.  Another album intended at fanning factionalism.

Be warned my brother, party yawasarudza kutamba navo iyi Isinjonjo. Tamba wakachenjera. Don’t be used by rich individuals to be their voices. Do not be blinded by the fact that you are allowed to wear Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF) uniforms at your shows, neither should you be over excited by the drama raunoita uchizvipa security seya President iya around you wotofunga kuti wakatsika chinhu….You are digging your own grave. Hona Energy Mutodi ave kumawere.

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Energy Mutodi is a controversial Harare businessman, Sungura musician, politician who is also an academic. He rose to prominence in 2012 when he released his debut album Simbi Yamudhara. He was accused of swindling money from civil servants through his housing co-operative, National Housing Development Trust Zimbabwe. He also took on board members of the Utakataka Express into his own band which was formerly led by the late Tongai Moyo which is now led by his son, Peter Moyo only a few weeks after he had vowed to support Peter after the death of Tongai. Read More

Jah Prayzah, real name Mukudzeyi Mukombe, is a Zimbabwean contemporary musician and frontman for the band Third Generation. He is popularly referred to by fans and media as "Musoja", Shona for "the soldier", a name he earned mostly because of his signature band uniform of military regalia. He was born and raised in Murehwa, a small town about 95 km from Harare. Read More

The Zanu-PF Generation 40, or G40 for short, is a group of Zanu PF politicians believed to be working against the possibility of Emmerson Mnangagwa (Lacoste Faction) succeeding President Robert Mugabe as president of Zimbabwe.It is not clear exactly who they are backing to do so in his place but suggestions have been made it may be Mugabe's wife Grace Mugabe. The notion of G40 is said to have been coined by Jonathan Moyo, who is apparently the brains behind the outfit, although he denies its identity as a faction.The group is characterized of younger Zanu-PF members who are savvy and educated. The group is said to be led by Jonathan Moyo and Zanu-PF political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere but is fronted by the first lady, Grace Mugabe. Read More

One Comment

  1. Herbert Vanko says:

    This is an empty threat. We have freedom in this country dont forget that. If Jah says he was not referring to any political figure then it is you who is giving the song a new meaning.

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