“Holy Ten and Michael Magz support President Mnangagwa & ZANU PF in exciting video”

In a viral video making waves across social media, Holy Ten, the renowned award-winning rapper, and his protege Michael Magz from Samanyanga Sounds, have expressed their unwavering support for President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the Zanu-PF party as the upcoming elections draw near.

Dressed in a jersey adorned with the vibrant colours of Zimbabwe’s national flag, Holy Ten passionately rallies his fellow Zimbabweans to stand united behind President Mnangagwa for a second term.

The rapper lauds the President for his impressive efforts in driving infrastructural development across the nation. He recalls being left in awe by the remarkable transformation witnessed at the Beitbridge border post and the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport.

“Hoyooo. Holy Ten leader of the youth, speaker of the truth and I’m proud of my country Zimbabwe. Over the weekend tanga tiri ku Beitbridgewe have seen the development that is being done at the border post. Totally out of this world. We have been in and out of the airport, things are changing,” Holy Ten says in the video.

Highlighting another positive aspect of the Zanu-PF government, Holy Ten credited them for allocating funds to tackle the pressing issue of drug abuse among the youth. He praised the government’s dedication to fostering positive change for the younger generation.

“I want to tell you something. There has money that has been availed under the drug and substance abuse mitigation fund. So this is for the youth. This is the change. So we wanna thank the comrade himself, President Emmerson Mnangagwa. We are supporting you, we are with you, the President for the people,” Holy Ten proclaimed, as Michael Magz, donning a jacket that proudly displayed ‘ZANU PF Huchi’ at the back, wrapped up the endorsement video with a spirited “huchi” chant.

You can watch the video here:


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