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Mnangagwa regime bans Winky D’s new album Njema over Ijipita song

Winky D might have proved that there is power in music as the government has reportedly given a directive to state-controlled radio stations not to play Winky D‘s about to be launched Album Njema different media sources report.

According to a government source, the Mnangagwa regime is planning to ban his music because of a song called Ijipita:

The song Ijipita has thrown the Zanu PF government into panic and they are moving to ban his music. They have already told Power FM to scrap their interview with him.


Winky D’s interview with Chamvary on Star FM today was also cancelled because of the government’s directive.

WINKY D _ Njema Album Songs list

  1. Amai,
  2. Chandelier,
  3. Sekai,
  4. Chitekete,
  5. Siya So,
  6. Ijipita,
  7. Ndidye Mari ft Buffalo Soljah,
  8. Naye,
  9. Bhatiri,
  10. Murombo,
  11. Area 51,
  12. Mangerengere

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