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Thursday, 15 October 2020

[PHOTOS] One..two..step: Kimunya, Mbadi lead MPs in 'Jerusalema' challenge

 

National Assembly Majority and Minority leaders Amos Kimunya and John Mbadi on Wednesday led the House in the famous 'Jerusalema' dance challenge. 

The MPs made a two line queue along the corridors of the National Assembly as they cheered and made their own 'choreographed' dance moves.

/EZEKIEL AMINGA
/EZEKIEL AMINGA

The dance, inspired by Master KG's hit track 'Jerusalema' featuring Nomcebo Zikode, which is currently the most 'charming' song in the world.

The official music video has garnered 180 million views since it premiered on YouTube in December 2019.

Members of parliament during the shooting of the Jerusalema dance./EZEKIEL AMINGA
Members of parliament during the shooting of the Jerusalema dance./EZEKIEL AMINGA

Kimunya and Mbadi excited the MPs with their stylish moves as they danced away to the hit song.

Wearing black suits and different ties, the two leaders danced from one corner to the other as the MPs cheered and danced to their own moves.

/EZEKIEL AMINGA
/EZEKIEL AMINGA

The legislators had been practising for the challenge for at least two days so as to make it perfect and shoot their own version of the challenge.

Kimunya said it was necessary for the legislators to be part of the movement calling for diversity in times of distress.

Members of parliament during the shooting of the Jerusalema dance at parliament on 14th.October.2020/EZEKIEL AMINGA
Members of parliament during the shooting of the Jerusalema dance at parliament on 14th.October.2020/EZEKIEL AMINGA

The song has been endorsed by presidents and priests becoming the sound of the current Covid-19 pandemic for millions across the globe.

Last week, the Jerusalema dance challenge was endorsed by President Cyril Ramaphosa ahead of the country’s plan to open up.

The dance in the country has already featured health workers, construction workers, police officers.

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