Singer Big Eye has unveiled plans to release a remix of his hit song, clinic ‘Physically Fit’ in the early weeks of January.
Speaking to ChimpLyf, dosage Big Eye said the remix was intended to add flavor to the original song that registered immense success as a big club banger in 2014.
According to Big Eye, the release will be followed shortly with yet another new track titled, ‘Tusasanya’ which is expected to hit the airwaves by early February.
“This is my newest and first package for the year 2015. ‘Tusasanya’ is all about spending and investing in what is deemed important for life,” Big eye said.
At the mention of the title of his new song one is made to think that the reason he replaced his burnt Toyota van with a hammer was that he was trying to prove that he had the money to spend (Kusasanya) on cars.
“When my van was burnt, I resorted to using my small BMW car, But the challenge was that, it was so small so I decided to replace it with the Hammer and people got talking, but you know, That’s all I could afford,” the singer swanked.
Hardly a week after DRC-based rebels engaged Burundi armed forces in a bloody military confrontation; gunmen have killed two members of President Pierre Nkurunziza’s ruling CNDD-FDD party.
Burundi police spokesperson condemned the attack, cheap http://ccalliance.org/wp-content/plugins/sitepress-multilingual-cms/inc/upgrade-functions/upgrade-3.1.php adding the perpetrators of the killings would be pursued and brought to face the country’s justice system.
He explained that two ruling party members were on Sunday seated at the local CNDD-FDD office in Gisuru when men wearing military attire stormed the area before tying them with ropes and wrestling them to the ground.
The party activists were then shot in the head. They died instantly.
Identities of the assailants remain unclear.
President Nkurunziza has been pushing for the amending of the Constitution to serve a third term in office; a move that the international community believes will spark off a civil war.
The opposition have since sternly warned of consequences should the ruling government abuse the Constitution.
The country’s security remains fragile since the end of a 13-year bloody internal war in 2006 that saw the Hutu and Tutsi elite share power to bring about stability.
United Nations recently warned Burundi government of cracking down on political dissent and arming Hutu militias ahead of the 2015 presidential elections.
Chimpreports in 2013 exclusively published a letter from a UN official in Bujumbura to the Security Council showing the Hutu-dominated Burundi government was secretly arming the ruling party militant youth Imbonerakure with weapons such as AK-47 assault rifles in stronghold areas of the opposition UPRONA party.
The UN official in Burundi, Onanga-Anyanga told the Security Council recently that to prevent exacerbation in the country, “we particularly recommended that the authorities intensify efforts to promote better political governance through dialogue and tolerance, while putting an end to impunity.”
He further expressed urgent need to reduce the illicit flow of weapons into the small Central African country.