We Are Divine African Generation - Poem by Preston Mwiinga
We are D.A.G we are a family
Well, from all works of life we have come together. From different disciplines we are connected.
I heard voices shouting just as the Zuuba rises.
They shout Modero Lilanda! Modero Lilanda!
From the other side they shout Preston Avondale
Equally i am reminded how desperately and hopelessly I cry I'm the BF Suma tea will cheer me up, it's because of the Cheeta ngu Cheta olo asame Jacket. They tried to bury us but they forgot we were seeds.
Don't forget nkani ye tilankula anyama, na azibambo ni nkani yomeyo ya D.A.G.
We have voyage this far faith as the Divine African Generation.
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