Njema Winky D Album

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Njema is a music album by Zimdancehall artist, Winky D. The album was launched on 31 December 2019 at the HICC. It contained the controversial song Ijipita which reprts suggested was politically charged.

Before the launch of the album on 30 December, there were reports that government had threatened to block its launch.

Njema Album Song 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

Where to buy

Audios


Album Launch Promo Skit with Bustop TV

Launch Censor

Following the announcement of the launch, the Ministry of Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage, Censorship Entertainment and Control Unit expressed reservations over the album launch and released a statement worded as a petition:

RE: Petition Against Launch of Wallace Winky D Chirumiko’s Album.

We write to you so as to register our displeasure over the launch of an album by Wallace Winky D Chirumiko titled Njema.

It is understood by the general citizens of Zimbabwe that his music is now political for it carries political messages that are incitive.

The album launch seems to be an opener to a series of destabilization programmes as outlined by the enemies of this state.

The song ljipita among others are a clear attack on the authority as has been kasong kejecha.

We understand it is part of your obligation to censor such before it officially gets into the public. The album launch is set for 31st of December 2019.

Looking forward to your cooperation.

Thereafter, reports suggested the government had banned the album. Permanent Secretary in the ministry of information Nick Mangwana however clarified on Twitter that the statement did not mean government had banned the album.

That's someone's petition. That's not a Govt position. ZBC falls under my superitendence and I am telling you there is no ban. The fact that different people have different opinions about a song does not make those opinions Govt positions or policy.[1]

References

  1. Nick Mangwana on Njema ban, Twitter, Published:30 Dec 2019, Retrieved: 31 Dec 2019