Hopewell Rugoho-Chin’ono is a Harvard University-trained Zimbabwean Journalist.He has won numerous awards in journalism. Whilst professor Jonathan Moyo Mlevu is a Zimbabwean politician who served in the government of Zimbabwe as Minister of Higher Education from 2015 to 2017. He was previously Minister of Information and Publicity from 2000 to 2005 and again from 2013 to 2015.
The release of the much anticipated collaboration song between roki, Koffi and Ray vanny has caused a lot of division of thoughts among people as it is being met with mixed feelings. The song has been dragged into political arena due to the lines inside the song where koffi OLOMIDE mentioned president Mnangagwa as a number 1.
This presidential endorsement has resulted into political activist joining in to support and debate on the song. This debate has attracted professor Jonathan Moyo and daddy hope who recently few days ago were having virtual discussion but on this one they seems to totally agree on each other’s view on the song.
Below are tweets from professor Jonathan Moyo and the responds from the journalist (Hopewell chin’ono).
Professor Jonathan Moyo tweet
Then hopewell responds to the tweet
From these tweets professor Jonathan Moyo is on the fact of praising roki’s career which has been brought back to light and he commented that roki deserves the light that he is now seeing in his musical career and people should ignore the line that the president was mentioned. Professor Jonathan Moyo also is saying there is nothing offensive in the song that people should be angry about. People would just appreciate the good music offered.
On the other side daddy hope is focusing on the people whom he is saying are the owner of the project as politicians and also daddy hope is arguing further on Jonathan Moyo tweet to go further on researching on where these funds which sponsored this project are coming from which he went further to say the funds are being looted from the people