Winky D yesterday launched his album Njema and he was wearing a signature red and white jersey ( same as the ZPCS’s prison garb) which left one popular journalist asking if winky D had gone all in, in painting the picture that Zimbabwe is now a prison due to the economic crisis.
Hopewell Chi’ono posted this picture of Whinky D and captioned it:
That is the uniform worn by prisoners in Zimbabwe.
A metaphor that citizens are prisoners & the country has become a giant prison! #Njema is slang for handcuffs! The citizens have been handcuffed by tyranny, corruption, LOOTING, mismanagement and clan based nepotism
Winky D before his album was launched was in a bit of trouble with the authorities after they reportedly banned state-controlled radio stations from playing his new album an allegation they denied.
Source: Hopewell Chin’ono Twitter
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Winky D (real name Wallace Chirumiko) is an award-winning Zimbabwe Dancehall artist popularly known as the Ninja President. He is most known for his hit songs Musarove Bigman, Disappear, Ngirozi, Panorwadza Moyo (a collaboration with Oliver Mtukudzi), Kasong keJecha and Mugarden a collaboration with Gemma... Read More About Winky D