Singer King kaka has been a close critic of the way of governance in Kenya. He has always criticized how the government has been relating with the people and particularly how those in power have been treating those that gave them power. In the past years he had dropped a song whereby he challenged Kenyans to be clever while voting.
The rapper has however today in the morning of September 28, 2021 dropped another bombshell in his social Media account. Taking to his Facebook account singer King Kaka has challenged Kenyans telling them off for poor decision making during election. "Time ya Kura Akili zinajaa Shonde". King Kaka posted in his Official Facebook account in a statement that is challenging Kenyans on how they do not make proper decisions during election period.
The Swahili statement challenges Kenyans that during election time they should choose the best leaders and stop being obsessed with leaders who sell fake agenda to the people.
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