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Tanzanian singer Harmonize launches free food restaurant

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Former WCB signed singer Rajab Abdul Kahali aka Harmonize has launched a free food restaurant called ‘KondeBoy Mgahawa’.

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The singer took to his Instagram page to announce the big news stating that one of his dreams had come true.

He thanked God and his fans who had helped him reach that far alongside the Minister of health, Sophia Mjema, for helping him launch the Restaurant. He said that she would be their guest of honor. He also invited Media houses to cover the launch saying that he wanted any people to see it and get inspired.

“Hakika Inaenda Kuwa Siku Kubwa Sana..!! Na Yakipeke...!!! Upande Wangu Kuikamilisha Hii Moja Ya Ndoto Yangu Ya siku Nyingi ...!!! God is Good Nimetokea Mtaani Nipo Katika Kipindi Cha Mpito Wa Sana..!!! Naamini Kesho Na Kesho Kutwa Nitarudi Mtaani 100% Wanaoipa Thamani Sanaa Yangu Ni Wale Wanangu Wa Mtaaa Kesho mida Ya 6:00 Mchana #KONDEBOYMGAHAWA Unazinduliwa Rasmi Pale Maeneo Ya Karume Ilala...!!! Mbele Ya Jengo La T.F.F.” Read part of his message.

Last week, he, revealed details of his new management ‘Konde Music Worldwide’, after ditching the Diamond Platnumz owned label.

Konde Music Worldwide

Woow.!!! 👀 Welcome 2 My House🏡 🙏 (KONDE MUSIC WORLDWIDE ) Official Harmonize Management 🎲 Please Join The Family Follow 👉👉 @kondegang @kondegang @kondegang,” he wrote on Instagram.

About three months ago, reports went around that the singer had ditched WCB, claims he denied and at one-point lectured journalists over the question coming up every other time.

Weeks later, Sallam SK who is one of the top managers at WCB revealed that Harmonize had handed in a written request to exit the record label and he was ready to comply with any terms they would bring forth, including paying them.

The singer later on made changes to his social media pages which was a confirmation that he was half way out of WCB, but did not reveal his next move.

 Magufuli's request

 Last wednesday, Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli requested Harmonzie to join politics and vie for the Tandaimba Parliamentary seat, ahead of their General Election scheduled for 2020.

Speaking during a public function in Ruangwa, Magufuli endorsed Harmonize stating that he was a very hard working person and he wished to see him represent his people in Parliament.

“Lakini nampongeza sana Harmonize sijui anatoka Jimbo gani, anatoka Jimbo gani huyu? Tandaimba? Mbuge wa kule ni nani? Ningetamani kweli Harmonize aende akagombee kule akawe mbunge wa Tandaimba. Kijana anabidii nzuri sana. Ndugu zangu asanteni sana mungu awabariki,” said President Magufuli.

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