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First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe showcases her dancing skills in a new video by youthful Zim dancehall clique, Final Warning Crew. The song, “Dr G. Mugabe for Women’s League Secretary”, that has been playing on local television since last week shows the First Lady owning the dance floor.

The video was shot during a get-together with youths at her Mazowe Children’s Home on November 17.

“Dr Grace was having a good time with us the youths on the day. As we started to sing and shoot the video for the song she joined us and we were delighted about it because she was really good. It serves to show that we the youths have a special place in her heart,” said Final Warning frontman Prosper “Proda” Dembedza.

Proda explained the inspiration behind the song, saying Dr Mugabe should be applauded for her bold and motherly role in politics.

“In the song we are endorsing Amai as the youths as she has shown characteristics of a fearless mother who stands by the truth. We take pride in her as she is a woman of integrity and, most importantly, a mother who takes care of orphans and vulnerable children,” he said.

Below are some of the lyrics to the song:

“First Lady Dr Mugabe ndivo vatinoda… Tamirira December tiise bhora mumambure. Vanobatanidza vanhu munyika havadi hondo. Tovatenda Mai Chatunga vanobatsira vane madisabilities, vanochengeta nherera vachisimudzira kubatana muno muZimbabwe

True to Dr Grace’s unity stance the video features youth leaders and former rivals Godfrey Gomwe and Shadreck Mashayamombe.

“I would like to thank River Valley Properties for making the video a success through their sponsorship.

“Special thanks to all the people that come through to make the video possible with their various contributions. Such unity of purpose is necessary if we are to take the country forward,” said Proda.

Final Warning crew has songs “Yahwina Zanu-PF”, “Happy Birthday Gushungo” and “Zim-Asset”.

Proda warned fans to watch out for the upcoming smasher “Ngatibatane Vana Ve- Zanu-PF” that is currently work in progress.

Source : The Herald