Aqueeno Chogo who is an upcoming Kenyan musician who hails from Bondo in Siaya county has been the talk in the country after he released a song about Baba Raila Odinga and his Inawezekana slogan. The song has been a favourite among Kenyans especially those who support Raila's statehouse bid and political ideologies.
Aqueeno Chogo now has risen through the ranks to feature in a Tanzanian Kiswahili newspaper which has written about her eloquence and composition power to come up with a song in praise of the African Union special envoy for infrastructure who double as the party leader of the most powerful party in the country, Orange Democratic Movement.
The song also expaunds on Raila's agenda in the next government as the fifth president where he will get rid of corruption by jailing all the corrupt individuals, it also includes Raila's close allies Millie Odhiambo, Gladys Wanga, James Orengo, Samuel Kamau Macharia, Francis Kimemia and many others, below is the link;
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