It is never a dull day in Kenya as you will always find interesting stories across the internet to warm up your heart with laughter. The internet has erupted as another Kenyan man has come out boldly claiming that Alikiba is his biological father. Alikiba is a celebrated Tanzanian singer and song writer.
A Kenyan man identified as Bigpoint has come has come out with a placard on the streets seeking help from Kenyans on how he can reach the musician Alikiba. The man highlights that he is looking for his father Alikiba and that his mother just opened up and revealed the truth about his biological father.
"Hello Kenyans, My name is Bigpoint and am looking for my father by the name Alikiba. My mum just opened up and told me who is my biological father. Kenyans I need a Help." He quoted.
Kenyans on social media have highlighted that the guy who claims that Alikiba is his biological father is just clout chasing hence he should just seek other ways of reaching the limelight. Some Kenyans have pointed out that the guy has just took advantage of the fact that he has some close resemblance to Alikiba and he had to claim that Alikiba is his biological father.
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