"Sorry Brother" Famous Kikuyu Artist Recounts The Day He Nearly Lost His Life In A Road Accident.
If you are a fan of Kikuyu secular songs you might have come across this man called Waweru Wa Kam who is a famous, melodious, and talented Kikuyu artist who has released several hit songs.
Waweru commands a huge number of followers on all his social media platforms including on his YouTube channel which goes by his stage name Waweru Wa Kam official channel.
A few minutes ago Waweru has posted a sad memory on his Facebook page recounting the day he almost lost his life in a tragic road accident that resulted in him losing his two friends and being in a coma.
While recounting this day Waweru had this to say:
"There's God in heaven, a day like today 5 years ago, I got involved in an accident. I was left with scars and lost my two friends. It was the most terrifying part of my life, even my teeth were left there.
Anyway, I thank God for life" He wrote.
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