Konde Music Entertainment CEO Rajab Abdul Kahali alias Harmonize broke down as he could not hold his tears at Benjamin Mkapa’s funeral. Tanzania, East African Community, and the entire world sent off the former President of Tanzania Benjamin William Mkapa in a stately function.
Benjamin Mkapa died at the age of 81, President John Magufuli announced. According to Magufuli, Benjamin Mkapa died at the Dar es Salaam Hospital in the early hours of Friday.
Briefly, who was Benjamin Mkapa?
Benjamin Mkapa was a politician from Tanzania. He served as the third President of Tanzania. Mkapa served in the above position for one decade from the year 1995 to 2005. Benjamin was also the chairman of the Revolutionary State Political Party (Chama Cha Mapinduzi).
He was born on the 12th of November in 1938 in Ndanda, Masasi, Tanganyika. The fallen hero was elected as President based on a popular anti-corruption campaign. In addition, and strong support of former President Julius Nyerere.
Meanwhile, as Harmonize went on stage, he hailed and praised the late for the amazing and notable works he did for Tanzania. In addition, Mkapa was a major key individual in the Infrastructural development of the country.
“Go, dear friend, God bless you, you left us early. Therefore, if it were not for your efforts, Mkapa baba, where would we find the new parliament building in Dodoma? … And where would we find the national stadium?
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