William Musungu | Kenya Connection, African Autonomy, and Economic Exploitation

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William Musungu of Wazumi Media joins me to discuss his life in Kenya, We discuss his views and perspective, I ask questions from my limited worldview about his worldview as someone in Africa. I am very grateful to have connected with William and I hope to speak with more great people like him from all over Africa. Africa has suffered long enough, maybe the internet age can offer a chance at Africa becoming more autonomous and independent, I hope so and think podcasting can help in someway, please support William here: Paypal: williammusungu56@gmail.com





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Intro Song by Destiny Lab


Music: Nou Nou/Kalahari

By In This World


Music: Digital Dreams/Kingdom

By LNDO/Wayfair

Music: Mama Africa

By UFO (Unknown Freestylin’ Ones)



Mama Africa by UFO



Through the pain through the rain through the gain

I salute you mama Africa

No tears no more just my mama

Verse 1:

Shikamoo (How are you?)

Mama Africa

The only dark daughter of the earth

I write you this pun to release none of your wrath

But to share in your grief

Cause it’s just yesterday

In the 1950s

That you came from the chains of bondage

I pray for your quick relief

After your sis, Europe

Treated you without honor

Your life, your sons

Congo and Sierra Leone

Started to fight for raw materials

And then blood diamonds

Brought mad iron rule

The Mugabes in Zimbabwe

Mobutu and Idi Amin

And I hope you know who gave them guns, mommy

The same people who swallowed Malcolm


But that’s gone, anyway

Heard you sayin Barack is on his way

To slave master, USA

To let him know how we live


like yesterday

Rwanda nearly shot himself

With an AK

And Jamaica got tired

Packed his bag and went away

So is Mauritania too

These things don’t change…

And oh, I need a new page


Verse 2:

And that is all it is about now

Getting more paper

Black boys are doing what now?

Getting more paper

When was the last time someone tried to call you mama

Things are getting worse now have I told you mama?

Why you have to summon your son Garang (South Sudanese founder)

Brothers from another mother seem to me so dumb

Did they let you know Mandela’s free?

How young is he

Shit, 93?

Your kids are still slaves

They’re mining for export

Some selling themselves out

They blabbing for passports (?)

Your daughters are still queens

But they’re dyin’ of AIDs

They’re worshiping still things like diamond rings

Still not moving

Still the guns shooting

Still the bloods oozing

Militaries ruling the people

I mean the big bros are bullying the little

I wish the food was as much as the guns


Verse 3:

Back with a pen with ink

But also back with pain to think

How come you used to give me milk and honey

Nowadays I’m sick of starving

I want you back ma

So through with the songs

When I’m sick feed me with your hugs

When I cry wipe my tears

Wipe my fears

Tell me you’re here

The only one with the power of love

Not the love of power

Mrs. Third World

The mother of the tame and the wild

The slaves in the land

Never keep your head in the ground

Even if you live below the poverty line

Be strong and afford a smile

Cause when you’re rich in your soul

And your tears will be reaching us all

Like showers of blessing

And leading the flock

Let’s return to the days of the weather and medicinemen

Before releasing a speicmen from the laboratory

Before they call us monkeys in stories

And to use slavery to depict a tragic history

Back to the weasels and the smoke signals

And oh, my pen has faded

I need to put some ink in it…

Through the pain through the rain through the gain

I salute you Mama Africa

No tears no more just my mama

Verse 4:

All the ink in the world couldn’t spell it all

All the tongues and the lips couldn’t tell it all

We workin our way up though the pace is slow

Are these dictator presidents ever going to let it go

Somalia is a young girl, her legs still feeble

And the media got it twisted

They think she’s crippled

She can walk on her own

Along with Liberia

It’s not a war going on

It’s all in Nigeria

The people are poor

The infants starving

Let your tears be the rain

The thirst is burning

The Sahara is growing

I’m not taking off my Saharas (desert boots)

This is not a safari, it’s suffering

Better the life of hunting and gathering

Oh, I’ve been with Kenya

Don’t you think she’s grown?

She’s grown big and there’s a saying

She has recited:

“Forever Kenya

Forever Africa

Forever you and me”

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