If you frequently visit social media pages, you must have come across Samidoh at some point. He is a social media influencer and a Kikuyu benga musician who is well grounded to be distracted by naysayers. The handsome man is headstrong and no matter the circumstances he always stands still. He is among Kenyan Celebrities who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination.
Some minutes ago Sarafina Salim posted a photo with Samidoh on her Facebook official page wishing the benga musician quick recovery after he got his leg plastered after it broke. This brought up Kenyans reactions who were left wondering what might have happened to their beloved musician since he has not yet communicated about it to them.
This post attracted Kenyans reactions where it had more than five hundred comments within half an hour. Most of his followers commented wishing him quick recovery so that he can get back to the stage and continue with his performing job which entertains them in a special way. We all wish you quick recovery Samidoh.
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