Nelson Mandela at 93, an ever shining star from Africa!

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Mandela media overhyped ultra-superstardom could be a game/stratergy to help white minority live in peace after so many atrocities they commited against black brothers. The stratergy is, find someone who you will grant the high moral authority, a person who you will want future leaders to emulate, let this person be mandela, help him succeed in his reconciliation efforts, then in the future when the white minority will be threaten in the country of maojority who are black, they'll be able to shout " why are you not like mandela?".

By the way, what did mandela do for the rest of africa(apart from his own land), and the rest of the world in general?, why is he a superstar than the people who remained in the trenches fighting for africa?, people like nyerere and nkrumah?. The answer is, the media has stratergically chosen him, he is not that superstar for nothing, they know what they are doing to overhype him, help the white minority stay in peace with the black majority.
 

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Mandela media overhyped ultra-superstardom could be a game/stratergy to help white minority live in peace after so many atrocities they commited against black brothers. The stratergy is, find someone who you will grant the high moral authority, a person who you will want future leaders to emulate, let this person be mandela, help him succeed in his reconciliation efforts, then in the future when the white minority will be threaten in the country of maojority who are black, they'll be able to shout &quot; why are you not like mandela?&quot;.<br />
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By the way, what did mandela do for the rest of africa(apart from his own land), and the rest of the world in general?, why is he a superstar than the people who remained in the trenches fighting for africa?, people like nyerere and nkrumah?. The answer is, the media has stratergically chosen him, he is not that superstar for nothing, they know what they are doing to overhype him, help the white minority stay in peace with the black majority.
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Chuki na roho ya kwanini inakukeketa moyo. Unawish hiyo status ya madiba angepewa JK the second siyo? Keep dreaming son
 

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Long live Madiba ever shining star in Africa
Hakuna atakayetokea kuwa kama Mzee Madiba
Mungu amjalie azidi kuwepo na awe na maisha mema
 

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Afrika sasa imebaki na majitu maoga,majizi makubwa na yasiyo na msimamo hata robo!!!! yanayodhani kuibia Nchi zao na kupiga magoti mbele ya watu wajinga kama Sakorzy na Comoron ni akili!!! ovyo kabisaaa
 

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At 93 years of age, Nelson Mandela will remain an ever shining star from Africa!
Kwa western countries pamoja na ni mfungwa wa kwanza kukaa jela na kuja kuwa kiongozi wa ngazi ya juu serikalini. Lakini alipitwa na wakati katika uongozi wake alikuwa ni shadow wa yule Mandela aliyekwenda jela.
 

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At 93 years of age, Nelson Mandela will remain an ever shining star from Africa!
Hope he is the remaining shining star among the breathing one but among the deceased one wapo ambao hawakufungwa na wala hawakupewa Nobel Award but they will always be considered as the shining star even Mandela knows that; coz those are the one who assisted him to be where he is now;
 

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