Kisii gospel singer Christopher Nyangwara Mosioma popularly known as Embarambamba has been recently making headlines due to his musical tactics captured in video.The musician has been captured rolling in mud, climbing trees, running at a high speed and even jumping on top of some domestic animals.
Christopher was yesterday interviewed at NTV The Trend where he explained a lot of things concerning his music.He stated that all these things he does is for the sake of poverty.However,some people find it difficult to cope up with his actions,some even suggested that he might be mentality sick and should be tested for confirmation.
Kenya Film and Clarification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua on his Twitter handle commented on Embarambamba's actions after the interview.Ezekiel said that in as much as Embarambamba is being pushed by poverty,he need to moderate his actions.He termed them as embarrassing and unnecessary.Embarambamba on the other hand asked for help from well-wishers and government so as to grow musically.
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