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Zimbabwe names Blakk Rasta as tourism ambassador

By Michael Eli Dokosi
Blakk Rasta at late Sally Mugabe's grave
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As special guest of Robert Mugabe and the Zimbabwe Music Awards organizers, reggae musician and historian Abubaka Ahmed easily identified as Blakk Rasta has chalked another major success.

The ‘Barrack Obama’ hitmaker has sent word to that he has been made tourism ambassador for Zimbabwe adding that the official ceremony is set for the Tourism Ministry in Harare on 29th February 2016.

Blakk Rasta who has been touring Zimbabwe and sampling the sights and sounds disclosed: “I was at Great Zimbabwe and saw the walls.. A piece of our great history.. I shed tears at our ingenuity and creativity.. Rock building on rocks with no mortar…kai” was how the ‘Kwame Nkrumah’ hitmaker summed his experience after witnessing one of Africa’s great wonders: The Zimbabwean Civilization.

The ‘Kochoko’ legend has also been to the Zimbabwean heroes’ acre where national heroes/heroines are laid to rest and also paid homage to Amai Sally Mugabe, the revered mother of the Zimbabwean nation who happened to be a Ghanaian and the first wife of Robert Mugabe.

Whiles chalking these successes abroad, ‘Ghana’s Best, Africa’s Finest and the World’s Most Wanted’ has also gained two VGMA nominations for Reggae/Dancehall song of the Year for ‘Serwaa Akoto’ and Reggae/Dancehall artiste of the Year. wishes the ‘Salaga Soldier’ the very best in his endeavours.