Cabinet Secretary for Health Mutahi Kagwe's son, Kahush has candidly declared his loneliness and the need for the better a half. He is a famous Kenyan musician who has alot of followers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram after releasing several hits.
The rapper said, "I am lonely. Iam really open to anything at this point. Nitafutieni Mrembo."
According to news covered by Tuko news on Facebook, Kahush also added that he also has alot of affection towards Tracy Wanjiru "Yule alikuwa teen republik and hopes to meet her soon.
There is a famous saying that men would prefer going for a war than to approach a beautiful lady no matter the money one has. This has seen many men remaining single for their lifetime. The ancient ways of choosing wife for a son seems to be slowly taking its course in the modern world where youth no longer know when and who to marry.
Many Netizens reacted to the post by Tuko news with a lot of mixed views online. Here are some of their comments.
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