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    Wednesday, 28 March 2018

    - The singer finally made peace with the Minister of Information and his deputy whom he had earlier on picked a fight with
    - His songs were removed from the list of banned songs following the meeting
    Tanzanian singer Diamond Platinumz on Tuesday, March 27, held a meeting with officials from the Ministry of Information to iron out their differences following a longstanding squabble.
    Accompanied by his managers SK Salaam and Babu Tale, Diamond met with Tanzania's Minister of Information Harrison Mwakyembe, his deputy Juliana Shonza and a host of other officials to discuss way forward after two of his songs were banned.
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    TUKO.co.ke has learnt the two parties finally squared their 'beef' in the meeting, a development that saw Diamond's songs, Hallelujah and WakaWaka removed from the list of banned songs.
    As reported earlier, the Utanipenda hit maker had picked a fight with Juliana Shonza for banning his songs without explaining her decision in detail or writing to him over the same.
    The fight escalated to a whole new level as Shonza hit back by insisting the Tanzanian government will not allow musicians, including Diamond to perform songs that were banned.
    Shonza held that Diamond should reach out to her if he had any problem with her or better still pen a letter and address it to the government instead of his public rants.
    The assistant minister's remarks did not auger down well with the singer who fired back through a recent interview with Times FM.
    Speaking to Lil Ommy in his first ever media interview in Tanzania after his album launch in Kenya, Diamond threw shade at Shonza and the Magufuli Government, comparing them to a man who never provide for his wife but makes incessant demands.
    In a surprising turn of events, Information minister Harrison Mwakyembe joined the fight and picked on Diamond claiming the singer is full of himself and drunk with fame.
    ''We cannot have law for other musicians and law for Diamond alone. I think these are signs and symptoms of starting to get drunk over fame. Diamond is neither the leader of the musicians’ organization nor the spokesperson,'' Mwakyembe said in official letter addressing Diamond's complaints.
    He also warned the WCB president against picking war with the government.
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