Africa 54

February 21, 2020 11:30 AM
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On this edition of Africa 54, Lesotho's Prime Minister, Thomas Thabane, fails to appear in court in connection with the killing of his first wife; Togo's national election commission revokes credentials of election observer group; World Health Organization emphasizes the need for all countries with cases of Coronavirus to work with the organization to help contain and eliminate the disease; A South Africa woman breaks stereotypes about people with albinism in nominated film.

A54 Entertainment: Ugandan R&B singer, Ronald Magada, popularly known as Maro, celebrate his decade in the music industry. The 30 year old artist stands out among his contemporaries for representing the music and cultural traditions of his birthplace - Buwolero village in Jinja district. His song "Nzira Nago," which translates from Lusoga to English as "I don't have,” is an example.