Recently, there has been news after the President of the Republic of Kenya put up restrictive on the people to help stop the spread of the pandemic. People have found it hard to adhere to the said rules because they are not able to survive. Through those initiatives put across, there are some people mostly the artists who haven' t been able to get tenders.
Speaking through a post that one of the Kenyans put across social media addressing the artists, Dj and musician. Jalang' o went ahead and adviced those people to vacate from Nairobi admfter being vaccinated and go to those counties that are still carrying out their day to day activities looking for an earning.
Jalang' o' s concern wasn' t received right by other artists. And among those who were against him was Khaligraph after he opposed whatever he was saying and told him instead of people vacating to those other counties, they should try and talk to the president and tell him that they are going through a hard time and he should open up places of entertainment and curfew should be uplifted.
Besides that, he took an initiative of writing ba post on his Instagram page and addressed the Deputy President telling him that he should try talk to the President Uhuru to come out clear and straight and help talk to the kenyans. Despite the president closing everything he hasn' t even bothered looking at how people are and what they are going through.
People were happy and they appreciated Khaligraph Jones who is a musician for taking that decision to address the Deputy President. And through him, the president will be able to hear about the problem and will know how to handle that situation so as to help those people lacking jobs, food and all the basic necessities.
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