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England-based Warrior Nakamba vibing to Enzo Ishall’s latest tune Vakamhanya Makarimwa: Video

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England-based Warrior Nakamba vibing to Enzo Ishall’s latest tune Vakamhanya Makarimwa: Video. The midfielder who is celebrating his team survival in the giant English Premier League is still in good spirits after the narrow escape. He even was given a good rate by his team’s sports writer which gives him hope for the next season. Below are some of the ratings he was given.

The 26-year-old Zimbabwean international midfielder was one of many footballers brought in by former Villa transfer chief, Jesus “Suso’’ Pitarch, in a £140 million investment, in the last English summer. Marvelous Nakamba didn’t set the English Premiership alight, but he was Aston Villa’s best player before the Covid-19 lockdown. That’s the view of one of the most authoritative media voices when it comes to issues related to the Birmingham club.

However, Suso was dismissed by the club this week, amid questions about the quality of some of the recruits. Inevitably, the focus has turned on the players who were brought into the club, including Nakamba, in deals orchestrated, and endorsed, by the Spaniard. Three of those recruits where African players — Nakamba, Tanzanian forward Mbwana Samatta and Egyptian winger, Trezeguet — who cost a combined £28.5 million.
So the midfielder posted a video of him driving his expensive car whilst vibing to Zim Dancehall’s hot artist Enzo Ishall. He has a new track titled Vakamhanya makarimwa and its vibing good. People are loving it and its going to be another hit for the young chanter. Check the video of Nalamba vibing to the track

Source – MbareTimes

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