njema​


means shackles, handcuffs, or intangible mental shackles—you can think of this along the lines of mental slavery, social engineering, propaganda, you name it.

Note: The most notable use of the word njema is by Wallace Chirumiko (aka Winky D) a Zimdancehall artist who titled his studio album Njema and carries a social theme of being free from turmoil, redemption from mental slavery, etc.

Example usage:
Person X: "Igaroziva kuti vane njere havana nhamo."

Person Y: "Shuwa, havana njema dzakasunga life kana pfungwa."

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