WATCH: Bongani Bingwa sings Zuma's praises in spectacular fashion

Afternoon Drive host on 702, Bongani Bingwa began his show on Thursday afternoon with a praise song for President Jacob Zuma who appeared in the National Assembly in a question and answer session.

"AAH Nxamalala! Wena oshukumisa ezinga shukumiyo Ngonyama yase Nkandla AAH Gedle'eyihlekisa Mzingeli we langa ne nyanga Ntaka eqwenga ezinye izigqibe izkhukhuze AAH Msholozi! Wena uthi usawuvela baleke indlovu Mbokodo yase Nkandla Aah Nxamalala"

Watch the video below for the full praise:


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