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Do Not Blame Me For 'Tano Tena' Song You Also Went To Vote; Fuming Ben Githae Tells Kenyans

Gospel Musician Ben Githae now says he is not to blame for the current problems that Kenyans are going through: joblessness, high cost of living and the spiralling public debt. Speaking with Citizen TV on Thursday during the Mashujaa Day celebrations at the Wanguru stadium, Githae asked Kenyans to work harder and seek God's guidance.

However, following his interview with Citizen TV today at Wang'uru stadium the Musician Ben Githae's relationship with President Uhuru Kenyatta did not stop after the release of 'Tano Tena' and 'Wembe ni Uleule' hit songs. He also urged Kenyans to pray to God, and to keep the faith, promising that things would be better if they did. According to the popular musician, the song  'Tano Tena'- that was synonymous with Jubilees's political success in the 2017 polls was a product of divine inspiration.

According to Githae, Uhuru talks to him directly or through his aides. Meanwhile, he was supporting President Uhuru Kenyatta who was seeking mandate for the second term in office.

“It is very hard to call him and it is not even right to think you can call the president on his mobile number anytime. You can text him and he responds. There is no time I have ever needed him that he has not been there for me,” he said.

Meanwhile, during the interview Mr.Githae also revealed that Uhuru recently came through for him after he lost his mother. "Hata sometime wananitroll, wanasema wewe Githae ulitudanganya, hiyo conviction ambayo ilifanya nifanye wimbo iwatoe nyumbani ni kipawa kutoka kwa mungu," he added.

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