2 December 2012

Tanzania: 'Sharo Milionea' Will Be Remembered

Photo: John Kiandika
Sharo Milionea.

Looking at the large screen erected by Azam at the Tazara crossroads on my way home from the office, my spirits were always lifted as I watched Sharo Milionea and Mzee Majuto act as son and father respectively in a couple of Azam commercials as a duo the brought out humour so naturally.

Another advert that made me crack up whenever I saw them was the one on mobile money transfers where the famous catch phrase by Sharo Milionea wa "ume boogie man" as he thinks he is so much smarter.

Taking on the character of a stuck up 'sharobaro' with a signature plaster on his cheek he popuralised the sharobaro trend while poking fun at it at the same time. Having passed away this week in a gruesome road accident in Muheza district in Tanga region, Sharo Milionea whose real names are Hussein Ramadhani Mkieti will be remembered for his talented acting and singing. Born in the mid eighties, Sharo Milionea released a couple of singles including 'Chuki Bure' featuring Dully Sykes, 'Changanya Changanya' featuring Ali Kiba and 'Sharo Hataki featuring Richard Mavoko.

Thousands of mourners attended his burial on Wednesday and a few perched dangerously on coconut trees to follow the burial. That's why we've included lots of party themes, ideas, and menus that make it easy to pull off a spectacular event. Our tried-and-true secrets for entertaining will ensure that your party is one to remember!

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