Former president Jacob Zuma took to his Twitter account to share a video of himself singing his popular Umshini Wami song at the Fort Hare Centenary Celebrations three years ago.
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The video was captioned:
"I was surprised by the late Dr. Makhaya Mjana, who handed me the mic to join him in song. Dr. Mjana was one of the composers of our revised version of the National Anthem and an award-winning director."
The video went viral on social media with many expressing how much they missed the former president.
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Marcel Amarachukwu Okafor said:
"Although, you're not perfect because no one is perfect, but I'm convinced that you're a great charismatic person."
While Twitter user Mondhli Mthembu said:
"We are still waiting for that studio album Baba."
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Sanele Ngcobo expressed that even children loved the man, saying:
"My 5 year old daughter love this video, we sing this song every morning."
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