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For My Fellow Africans: Country Singer Don Williams Is Dead

by Charles Mudede I'm not sure how famous Don Williams is in the US, but when ever I'm drunk enough to loudly sing, "Amanda, light of my life. Fate should have made you a gentleman's wife," I get blank stares from Americans. But not from black Africans. They know what's going down. It's Don Williams, the American country singer. He died today, at 78. His decline is said to have been fast.
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