Dennis Mutara is a renown Kikuyu Gospel Musician who has moved from grass to fame through hard work and determination within the shortest period of time. He is among the most popular musicians in the industry despite the long break which left Kenyans wondering about his whereabouts.
Some hours ago he was in an interview where he talked about his seven years break in the music industry and what led to the break. According to him, his music career has not yet died and he feels he will sing very soon but it's only some few things which have hindered him.
He said the main thing which led to the break was his latest accident since he was involved in some accidents before. But the latest one completely affected him since he had severe head, chest and legs injuries. This left him wondering what was going on with his life and he fell into depression which forced him to go to the rehabilitation center.
After coming back the problem didn't end and his legs, hands and back started becoming numb because of nerves problems where he couldn't walk on his own. While still sick his mother died this year and after sometime when he was still sick his father also died which has affected him more.
He therefore made it clear that now he is okey although he is still taking medicines and very soon he will be back on his feet. Wat h the full video below and share your views with us.
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