By Confidente Reporter
COMMUNITY activist and local artist Mac-Donald Vihanga better known as Mac-Dizzy aims to speak out and fight corruption in Namibia through the release of his single titled the ‘The King of Windhoek’.
“This is the voice of the voiceless … for those ones who are afraid of speaking out on various corrupt practices in our country,” said Mac-Dizzy.
Mac-Dizzy said he is getting his wisdom from the Bible as he refers to Proverbs 31:8 that says, ‘Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves’ and Proverbs 29:2: ‘When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice but when the wicked rule the people mourn’.
“That is what we are doing, we are mourning right now,” he said.
The song is ‘featuring’ legendary American rapper, the late Tupac Amaru Shakur as Mac-Dizzy confirmed that he used some of his lyrics that he turned into beats. Mac-Dizzy said the reason he featured Tupac was the fact that he was also an activist and very vocal on corruption during his lifetime.
The King of Windhoek CD is further equipped with a bonus speech where Mac-Dizzy is talking about how he came across people who have witnessed State funds getting squandered through corrupt deals.
The singer who is the founder of an organisation called Question Mark Namibia that will be acting as a watchdog, opposing corruption and seeking cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Commission and Action Coalition Namibia. He added that people desired to have a community body to represent them on issues of corruption.
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