National Assembly Majority and Minority leaders Amos Kimunya and John Mbadi on Wednesday, October 14, led their colleagues to in shooting the famous ‘Jerusalema’ dance challenge.
Wearing black suits, the two leaders danced from one corner to the other along parliament corridor as other MPs cheered and showed their dance moves.
Kimunya and Mbadi brought excitement in the parliament building with their stylish moves as they danced away to the hit song.
The lawmakers were in a two-line queue along the corridors of the National Assembly as they dance to the song.
The MPs had been practising for the ‘Jerusalema’ challenge for the past two days so as to shoot their own version of the popular challenge.
According to the House leadership, it was necessary for the legislators to be part of the movement calling for diversity in times of distress.
The song, which is currently the most ‘charming’ in the world is produced by South African artist Master KG’s featuring Nomcebo Zikode
The official music video has since garnered over 180 million views after premiered on YouTube in December 2019.
The song has been endorsed by presidents, healthcare workers and priests becoming the sound of the current Covid-19 pandemic for millions across the globe.
South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa in his address last week endorsed the song ahead of the country’s plan to open up.
National Assembly Jerusalema challenge video production underway. pic.twitter.com/x9IVCelBZu
— Nation Africa (@NationAfrica) October 14, 2020