African Kings

Welcome to Mama Africa
Maye, Welcome to Mama Africa
Welcome to the wilderness of wonders
Welcome to the wilderness of  riches
Welcome to the wonderland of cultures
Welcome to the heartland of traditions
Welcome to Mama Africa

Africa is the home of kings, Africa is the valley of tribes
Africa is the mountain of spirit, Africa is guthill of clans
I speak of king Moshoe-Shoe II, I speak of king Mswati II, King Sobhuza II, Letsi-Letse, Mo hato-seretse, seretse khama
I speak of african names

Welcome to the wilderness of wonders
Patrice Lumumba, arcitect of africanism
Kwame Nkrumah the wisdom of africa
Kambarage Nyerere the wisdom of african union
Samora Machel, the beacon against Salaazar regime
Melanin the empire king of Ethiopia
Sayid, said the Sautania of Zanzibar

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I speak of african kings

Bambata, the rebel daughter to Mpezemi Ngini
Sebetwane of kololo
Naud, the mother to Tshaka Zulu, princess to Piugiswayo Mfetwa, Queen to sengaugakhona ka Jama-a
Nehanda, Nyamihita, Nyakasikana, the Matapa princess
Queen Nanya, the Obrigo pride
Lou keys the empiress of ntabazikamambo

Welcome to Mama Africa, Welcome to the wilderness of cultures
I speak of Rekayi, Tangwena, the prophet of Madzimbabwe
Chaminuka the spirit, behind the house of stone
Kagum the medium of chimurenga
Heroines and Heroes og the land
Tongo, Chitepo, Nyangolo and Gabrial

African is the home of kings, african is the name of tribes, valley of kings, anthill of claus

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Continuous threats against academics in Turkey

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