Burundi reggae band sings for change

The musicians hope to become a voice for their people as they sing about corruption, freedom and human rights.

    A reggae band in Burundi is trying to inspire change through their music.
    The group sings about corruption, freedom of expression and human rights - issues at the forefront of many people's minds before next year's general election.

    Al Jazeera' Haru Mutasa reports from Bujumbura, Burundi. 

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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