The Kamba Musician has posted on his official Facebook page his photos holding a gun which has elicited mixed reactions on social media among Kenyans.
In his post holding the gun, the gospel musician known for his hit song Kitole has said that the gun is for his own security purposes.
However most of the Kenyans have been quick to criticize him of the act with a section of them telling him to seek God's security rather than using guns and showing off.
Here are a sample of the reactions;
Sammy Ondimu Ngare, "I just hope this is a toy pistol juu hakuna mtu ataclear a boy to own a gun. Some things you better keep is a secret young boy."
Andriana Miura, "Good security is God and the other thing my son you are doing wrong to show it here especially for security reason you might end up loosing it back to the government and if it's a toy still it's against the law. So be wise pray for God's wisdom. Keep the secret."
Alice Kavata, "Don't expose yourself too much keep privacy and be mature enough. God is the only the best protection you can have, otherwise vanity."
Pheny Morgan "Looks like devil is working on you and all that drama. Respect yourself and respect God."
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