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The random article for Tuesday, 27 October 2020 is Jacob Nguni.
Jacob Nguni (22 November 1956 – 25 April 2015), nicknamed "Pa Jay" or "Micro-wave", was a Cameroonian singer, high-life guitarist, activist, humorist whose partnership with late Prince Nico Mbarga as a lead guitarist produced songs like Sweet Mother that redefined the era of High-life music in Africa. The song would go on to become the Africa's best selling song with 13 million copies. The song was equally voted in 2004 in a BBC poll as Africa's favourite song.
He died in his sleep in the late hours of Saturday 25 April 2015 in Washington D. C.
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