December 7, 2021

44 thoughts on “Top 5 Funny Moments in African Parliaments

  1. Lol, that was hilarious. I wished I understood what the brother in blue said. English subtitles will be greatly appreciated. Jah bless, one love from Martinique.

  2. These are beautiful people. You have to explain and loosly translate the African languages so your English speakers can laugh too.

  3. My president Museveni opened up the door i really like that guy though we need changeπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬ but South Africa thats no longer a house but a comedy store

  4. I was thinking that you should do some videos about the African countries' governments/parliaments. Who are their leaders are, GDP, maybe more political information, and the wealth disparities compared to other countries?
    I find it very difficult to get a clear picture of Africa and what exactly is it like to live in these countries.

  5. that is why the mzungu have so much authority over our people and evertthing we own time for my brothers and sister respect eatch other and take care or our babies who is suffering in their distress

  6. This tell you how useless and comedians leaders we have as leaders that is the hole Africa is not going anywhere. Until we have serious leaders we wouldn't see any development

  7. The second hand clothing and electronics being sent to Africa, is keeping the clothes trade from making more new things and it doesn’t help the economy. Why doesn’t African governments, put more money into industry and build manufacturing rims and factories. to make these things instead of the old stuff being sent to Africa. The people who are poor would make money, and better themselves, they could afford better education, food and housing, please make Africa dependent on its own workforce, not everything rom foreign governments, so would governments have more money, to build in aAfrica. Stay away from the ex colonial countries, who are still using Africa.

  8. Hey, I post insightful videos on world politics, history and news. I especially focus on Africa but go outside the region for interesting topics in Asia. If you're interested in understanding, learning and discussing the continent, come check out the channel. You definitely won't regret it!

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