Kisii nation leading gospel artist Christopher Nyangwara Mosioma well known as Embarambamba has been trending on all social media platforms for the past few months. The Kisii Musician has captivated the entire nation and East Africa with his over top antics going viral on social media.
The artist whose style of dancing and moving has left various leaders and Kenyans questioning his sanity undoubtedly has created a great following and interest towards him. This has seen the artist receive various interviews by leading media houses.
On Friday night, the musician was in an interview at NTV’s show the Trend. Embarambamba stated that his music was only targeting Gods people and blessing. He further urged those saying he was insane that he was only a mud man and not a mad man.
His popularity has also led massive trolling online with Kenyans urging the government to intervene before he hurts people or himself.
However, nominated Nairobi senator Millicent Omanga has urged Kenyans to let him be. Taking to her social media, the beautiful senator urged Kenyans to stop trolling Embarambamba. She stated that she was indeed a fan of him and was even looking forward to meeting him.
“Watu waache kusumbua Msanii Embarambamba. We are proud of him. Personally I enjoy his Music and Theatrics... Hopeful to meet him one day,” she stated.
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