This really looks like the africana subspecies. !
It does, but not perhaps for the reason one might think
Looking at the condition of the feet and the ‘mixed’ plumage features, I would suspect it’s origin is from a cage.
Is it? I thought papillomavirus (or whatever it is in this case) was widespread in the wild, and a cage bird would have been treated perhaps?
Are they? :-O
I always assumed dodgy feet, bills, feathers were indicators of being caged, though obviously good/bad conditioned birds are found in the wild and captivity.