Kenya is facing tough economic times with the effects of the covid19 pandemic. The jubilee government has faced criticism due to it's leadership and measures taken to contain the spread of the corona virus that has led to massive loss of jobs. The closure of entertainment industries for comedians and bars has caused challenges to face the living standards for the citizens.
Ben Githae, a popular gospel artist has said that Kenyans will dearly miss the President long after he leaves from office. Speaking during an interview on a local radio station, the 'Tano Tena' singer stated that Kenyans often complain about everything and at times you can only be missed long after you are gone. “More often than not, people appreciate you long after you are gone. Uhuru will be praised once he leaves office. As Kenyans, we are used to complaining about anything and everything,” he said.
According to The Standard, The artist to the popular songs that used to turn masses in jubilee campaigns has in recent weeks faced criticism from his songs and for the mess in the country. Githae has stated that he has been close to the president since 2011 as the deputy President and the president faced trials in the Hague as he rallied the country into prayers.
Will you miss the jubilee leadership?
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