Kenyans joined in sending their goodwill messages to a rapper and lyrical maker after revealing his health condition.
Kennedy Obima alias 'King Kaka' is a renowned Kenyan musician who has make several hit songs locally and internationally. He is also a lecturer at Zetech University and a prominent businessman.
The rapper took it online and shared a photo of himself in a hospital minutes after successfully undergoing major surgery. It was disbelief for many people for they didn't know that his health condition was that critical.
He revealed that surgery was performed on his hip bone for a bone marrow sample, he had been admitted several days in the hospital after the surgery was done.
He thanked his dear wife Nana Owiti, his mother, and all his friends for standing by him through prayers and encouragement. He also thanked God for giving him another chance to be alive. We will like to send our warming messages of quick recovery to the legendary rapper. May he get well soon.
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