Ally Saleh Kiba also known as Alikiba is a Tanzanian singer, songwriter and footballer. He is the founder and CEO of Kings Music label. He is popularly known for his hit songs Dushelele, Chekecha Cheketua, Unconditionally bae featuring Kenya's Sauti Sol among others. He has been working on a collabo with Nigeria star, Rudeboy and the duo has released a hit song, 'Salute'.
The Tanzanian artist has millions of fans and friends but the Mombasa governor, Hassan Joho is his accomplice. This is evident when Joho travelled to Tanzania to meet Alikiba's new born baby and when he joined thousands of people in celebrating Alikiba's wedding in Mombasa. The two great friends have always been spotted together severally. He has always given him shout-outs whenever necessary.
See Joho holding Alikiba's new born
See Joho during Alikiba's wedding
See Alikiba and Joho spotted together
Joho and his good friend, Mvita MP, Sharrif Nassir recently joined the salute challenge. In a video posted by Nassir and Joho in their respective insta-stories, Joho was spotted on the driver's seat and Nassir held the camera while recording. The two were having a good time as they were wearing happy faces and they kept on saluting in a simultaneous move everytime Alikiba could sing 'salute'.
Alikiba was so fascinated when he saw the video of the two and decided to repost it on his instagram page and captioned it; 'Salute challenge imeanza tayari', meaning 'Salute challenge has already began' and tagged the two.
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