The melody ''Stella'' was sung by unbelievable performer Freshley Mwamburi who is otherwise called Mwakachola. Mwakachola was brought up in Taita Taveta County on the seventh November 1958. The hit melody 'Stella wangu' was completed 29 years prior yet stays a hit to date. Anyway, there was a true story behind the melody.
In the last meet with Churchill of the Churchill show, he described how he supported his darlings instruction in Japan. He proceeded to say that he sold his unattended vehicle and afterward paid Stella's school expense at a University in Japan. Stella was seeking a course in medication.
Anyway, when Stella was returning to the country, Freshley went to hang tight for Stella at the air terminal. Mwamburi was anyway stunned when Stella landed, joined by her white spouse. Consistent with, say, the unexpected development left Mwamburi shattered, and that is why he returned home and made a melody about it.
He later met the adoration for his affection, however, and got hitched. An advanced interpretation of the tune, or let us say a version of the tune, was done a year ago to keep the melody alive in the current age well, in light of the message it holds.
How might you respond on the off chance that you supported a woman's schooling just for her to get hitched to another person?
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