Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has for the longest time now been known as one who associates himself with the youths despite his senatorial seat in the country.
Photo; Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja.
He has on many occasions engaged the youths during his travels and has even fought for proposals and laws that will benefit them in parliament.
Born on 2nd February 1985, the vocal legislator is currently 36-years-old and arguably among the youthful politicians in the country. He is even the chairman of the Kenya Young Parliamentarians Association.
And in a move seemingly to enjoy his youthfulness, Senator Johnson Sakaja earlier today took to his Instagram account to flaunt a short video of himself dancing to the hit song 'Cheza Kama Wewe' sang by Mejja, Exray, Trio Mio and Nelly The Goon.
According to the video clip he was at the back seat of his car and was being driven to an undisclosed location while looking stylish donning a red arafat.
While in the car the hit song was playing in the background and the vocal Senator couldn't help himself and even sang and danced along the song.
He also accompanied the video clip with a caption of the title of the song which translates to "Play Like You" in English.
Here is the link to the video clip.
From the video clip it's clear that Senator Sakaja loves to enjoy music and this is probably from his younger life, where at one time after losing his first job at Price Waterhouse Coopers, he wanted to try other options and even opted to be a musician but all was unsuccessful.
However his today's post online wowed many Kenyans and many praised him.
Below are some of their reactions;-
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