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Fun facts about Roro, the jam that had Mr president dancing!

Roro by Kalux and One Blood is really a track for everyone!

Getting in a Friday mood is not a hard job especially when you are from a country like Namibia that is blessed with amazing musicians. One who can attest to that is the first person in Namibia, president Hage Geingob who was living his best life in Kamanjab yesterday, in the Kunene Region at the launch of operation Sida Di/Goan.

The operation is a transformational initiative in education fixing broken chairs and tables for reuse in schools by the governor Marius Sheya.
During the launch, the NAMAs Male Artist of the Year 2018 performed his track that features One Blood, Roro. Boy did things get lit as the officials including the president joined Kalux and his dancers in jiving! The song in languages Otjiherero and Damara is on the superstar’s latest album Flight Ticket and the official video was released on YouTube in December.

https://twitter.com/marve_sh/status/1129416345156771840

So what are the lyrics you may ask that have the president twisting and turning? Well, it’s just that hold your head, hold your forehead and spin around because that is the new dance!

Although this is not the first time Kalux had the pleasure of performing for the president, it is, however, the first time he felt that he should join in the dancing. He told unwrap.online that he actually walked up to him and got him to the dance floor! How cool are they both right??

The president is known for dancing along as artists perform at events where he too is. He has done so in the past with ML, King Tee Dee, and Gazza just to mention a few. How awesome is he!

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