If you are a fan of Kikuyu Benga music you must have come across the late George Wanjaro at some point. He was a renown musician in central Kenya where his songs are fresh up to date more than ten years since he died.
His family story has been all over social media pages where the parents are currently homeless after they sold. This happened after they were taken to court by the late George Wanjaro wife but unfortunately they didn't win the case and the wife ended up with everything George had which left the old parents languishing in poverty.
Waithaka Wa Jane who is a renown upcoming Kikuyu Benga musician posted on his YouTube page talking about the parents and his plans. He said George Wanjaro was a prominent person and his parents should not die in poverty.
He said that very soon he will visit the parents before next month February where he has called upon all his fans and brands to support him and make sure the parents will have somewhere to live and call it their home. Watch the full video below.
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