PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan commended Tanzanian stuntmen, Ramadhani Brothers (pictured below) for achieving fifth place in America’s Got Talent’s 18th season. The two stuntmen known as Fadhili Ramadhani and Ibrahim Jobu, have been doing well in international events all over the world.
President Samia acknowledged through her Twitter handle that the Ramadhani Brothers’ journey is an emblem of Tanzanian culture, centred on five characteristics: hard work, discipline, commitment, confidence and aspiration.
“Congratulations to Fadhili and Ibrahim for such a triumph in the AGT 2023 competition. “Your journey is an emblem of Tanzanians (hard work, discipline, dedication, confidence and the desire to do great things).”
“Our country has received good promotion. You have made us proud.” Adrian Stoica & Hurricane won this season’s competition. Other casts that finished on top of the Ramadhani Brothers included Putri Ariani, Anna DeGuzman and Murmuration.
At the event, Heidi Klum, one of the five judges, took note: “You have shown the world how amazing you are. I know this is not the end. It’s the beginning. I’m sure of it.” The Ramadhani Brothers are known for their spellbinding acrobatic and head-balancing acts. They took the world by storm, especially with their recent appearance on America’s Got Talent in 2023.
They have also displayed their masterpiece in Australia, Romania and France. The duo acrobatic group announced on their Instagram handle that they had secured fifth place in the race but unfortunately did not receive enough votes to advance further.
They expressed gratitude to AGT for the opportunity and thanked all the people who had voted for them.
Despite the setback, they acknowledged that the struggle continues. “Hey guys, the results have come in. We did not collect enough votes. We came 5th place in the race and we want to thank AGT for the opportunity and all the people who voted for us, the struggle continues.”