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I Want To Become the Next President: Sekurutau


African Roots Music maestro, Bryn Taurai Mteki also known as Sekurutau has expressed his desire to become Zimbabwe’s next President saying he fought the country’s economic battle using his sculptures.

In his Independence message posted on Facebook, the ‘Ndinongovhaira’ hitmaker said he is inspired to become the next President of Zimbabwe adding that he fought the economic war through his sculptures.

“Zimbabwe at 38 . . . I am happy to say that I am inspired to become the next President of the Republic of Zimbabwe.

“Independence means a lot to me I owe it to those who fought for our freedom, though born during the times of liberations Struggle not have been contributed directly during the war of liberation but through my contribution in the arts industry.

“I fought the economic war through my sculptures and music and later on as a successful businessman. I thank you all our founding fathers Zimbabwe former President RG Mugabe, late Dr Joshua Nkomo, the just departed father of democracy Dr Morgan Richard Tsvangirai and our current president ED,” said Sekurutau.

“I thank you all. I hope Zimbabwe will go far as I also look forward to becoming the next President of the Republic Of Zimbabwe,” added Sekurutau.

He urged musicians to desist from attacking politicians but instead advise them.

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“Praise them when they do good as they are the leaders of our Great Country. Let me put the records straight here, there is difference between freedom of speech and hate speech.

“Let’s love one another as democracy is the only way through which different ideologies work to build our nation,” said Sekurutau.

Apart from music and sculpture, Sekurutau is a businessman and founder of BrynBrands with interests in retail supermarkets, bottle stores, night clubs, real estate, butcheries and takeaways.

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