Kenyan street kids are always despised for their shaggy appearance and unkempt hair. They usually stay in main towns where it is very easy for them to acquire food from garbages and also get a place to relax on verandahs of big buildings. [Photo Courtesy]
However, there is one street kid who have defied all odds to be among the most influential people in Kenya. Safara Gathimiti and his friend are trending when it comes to things to do with music. For instance , they recently releases their song with a title 'm"Mungu Bariki Chokoraa" which has done very well on YouTube.[Photo Courtesy]
Their YouTube channel has more than 70k subscribers with more than 5 million organic views in their videos. Their story is so inspiring and they have taken the streets to change other street kids.[Photo Courtesy]
When he was once asked by popular YouTuber Mungai Eve why he does not change his clothes despite being rich, he answered that his dirty clothes are his signature. If he happens to change them, people will no longer identify him.[Photo Courtesy]
His YouTube channel is just for showing the world how the life in the street is and how they adapt with it. Very soon Safara Gathimiti and his band will be famous in the country and probably change how Kenyans perceive the street children.
Link to their YouTube channel;https://youtube.com/channel/UCn6KuzOF0Yp6RyFo-f7ybrQ
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