If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across Wairimu Kimani at some point. She is a social media influencer, gospel artist and a YouTuber based in USA who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers by neysayers.
One day ago renown Kikuyu gospel musician Dennis Mutara laid his father to rest where his fellow artists snobbed him and didn't attend to stand with him. This raised Kenyans attention who were attacking gospel musicians for what they did to one of their own. Also Mutara appeared not to be okey since he couldn't walk without a walking stick.
Kenyans have therefore been calling upon Wairimu Kimani to to form a fundraising ceremony and they will contribute for Mutara for him to heal and feel appreciated. Wairimu has therefore posted on her Facebook official page declining the pleads and requests saying she is not ready to be exposed.
She said that she learned it through Jeremy Damaris after he was attacked and exposed for trying to form a fundraising ceremony for Mutara to take Mutara to rehabilitation. She therefore said those who are close to him and knows him better can do it on her behalf.
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