Ghetto youths give security forces a torrid time as Soul Jah Love gets buried next to his father


Chanter Soul Jah Love was on Saturday laid to rest at Warren Hills cemetery in Harare.

The Liberation Hero, who died at the age of 31, was laid to rest next to his father, Ephraim Ticharwa Musaka.

It was a befitting send-off for the chanter who was honored with gun salute.

Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan province Oliver Chidawu was the guest of honor.

Several musicians across genres were also in attendance.

Security details had a torrid time to control thousands of mourners – dominantly ghetto yutes -who came to ‘wave’ goodbye to Chibaba.

His Conquering Family including Supa Yut, ManaMana, Changara, Ricardo and Gaza among others acted as pallbearers.

Fellow chanter Seh Calaz performed his song Kana Ndafa followed by a sing along from the fans.

Senator Byton Musaka, uncle to the musician was also in attendance.

— HMetro

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