Zamina Mina (Zangalewa) was a big hit for the makossa group Golden Sounds from Cameroon, a group formed of active members of the presidential guard. The 1986 song mocks black military officers that joined with whites to oppress their own people, it was a huge hit across Africa. In Nigerian schools it was used as a marching song, and it became a popular song of the soldiers in the Nigerian Civil War. Today the song is still widely used across Africa as a marching or rallying song, The song has been covered or sampled at least a dozen times, such as when Shakira sampled this song for her 2010 World Cup anthem Waka Waka (This Time For Africa).
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