Mungai Wa Njoroge Warns Muigai Junior For Using His Name To Gain Fame And For Faking Illness.
Mungai Wa Njoroge is a famous Kikuyu artist who has ventured into political songs, love songs, Secular songs, and gospel. He is known for great influence while mobilizing people and that is why politicians use him to do campaigns for them.
On other hand Muigai Junior is another upcoming Kikuyu gospel artist whose real name is Ben Gitahi, he has been saying that Muigai wa Njoroge is his biological father but according to his mother and Muigai Wa Njoroge, Muigai Junior is not his son and he has been lying to people.
When Muigai Wa Njoroge visited Muigai Junior's home where he met with his mother to clarify this issue, Muigai took this opportunity to lecture Muigai Junior and warned him about using his name to gain fame, he advised him to build his name to be famous if he truly believes that he has a talent.
Mungai also warns Muigai Junior to stop lying to people that he is suffering from stomach cancer, according to his mother Muigai is lying to people about his illness for sympathy which is not good at all.
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