Okoth Vicky, a local musician based in Kakamega county is not happy after the Azimio team invited Diamond, a Tanzanian singer and Mbilia Bel, a musician from Congo to perform in his campaign missions but omitted him despite being a good singer.
Talking through his Tik Tok account, the local singer known for his hit Firimbi movement said that he has released 9 hits that favour the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya movement, but he has benefited nothing from that.
The video that has since gone viral shows, Vicky, in his house as he records how bankrupt he is. He says that he is supposed to vote in Nyanza county but cannot make it to that place because he does not have transport to take him there, he also exposed how many of his necessities are almost none, the maize flour was not there and the sugar he has can't last for three days.
According to Vicky, the Presidential candidate afforded to pay a whopping 12 million to an intentional artist, afforded their fair but could not recognise the talent the country has. Vicky becomes the latest musician to criticise the country's leaders for inviting international musicians yet they are readily available to render their services at a small fee.
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