Rabat, Morocco (TMT)- Zamalek playmaker Ounajem, a winner of the African Champions League in 2017 with Wydad Athletic Club, has called upon Moroccan singers to reconsider their decision to sing the Moroccan anthem tomorrow evening on top of roofs, and instead donate money to various Moroccans in need of their daily bread.
“People who are well-to-do, I don’t think it is a good decision to tell various Moroccans to go on top of their roofs and sing the Moroccan anthem.
“We all love the Moroccan anthem, we all love our country, we all love our king, may God preserve him, but many Moroccans are in this dire moment in need of money and food, not in need to sing,” Ounajem stressed.
It is worth reminding that various Moroccan singers have shared videos calling upon Moroccans to sing tomorrow evening, starting from 18:00, the national anthem as a sign of solidarity.
Nevertheless, their call was met by a deaf ear by most Moroccans, who criticized this decision and have suggested instead donating money to the needy ones, who will suffer the most from the ongoing shutdown in the kingdom.
The Moroccan Times.