‘Ba Mwine’ hails Roberto


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Comedian Collins Zulu who if not playing the famous character of ‘Bwana Njombe’ stars as ‘Ba Mwine or Ba King’ the music rapper, has hailed musician Robert Banda famously known as Roberto for scooping the 2018-2019 Hipipo Award for the Best African R&B.

The comic said this in his latest video addition of the character ‘Ba Mwine’ which he uses to comment on various happenings in and outside Zambia regarding the entertainment industry which he shares on various social media outlets.

According Ba King also called Ba Mwine, Roberto has made it all and he needs appreciation and support from every Zambian. “He is the champion of Zambian music,” Bamwine says.

To emphasise on his appreciation of the singer, Ba Mwine paid a courtesy call on Roberto who also appears in the video shared by Ba Mwine.

And Ba Mwine’s manager, Bra Gee says the intention to feature Roberto’s latest achievement in the comic series is to help change people’s mindset of not appreciating their own.

He said although it is set in a comic style, the message and issues being addressed in the video are real and Ba Mwine is using his talent to communicate these issues.

Ba Mwine is a character that Collins Zulu plays to show his other side from the famous Bwana Njombe. It is a character that has become very popular and identifies him as a multi-talented comedian.


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