Muigai wa Njoroge is a Kikuyu singer and a Kikuyu tribe influential person due to his music that talks of life styles and politics in Kenya.
Recently people have dragged his name because of his involvement in advertising a land selling company called Lesedi. Developers who invested their money in the company have ran out of patience after the company failed to honor their agreement leaving netizens to speculate they were selling thin air.
Muigai took to his Facebook page to respond to his followers about the issue, he wrote this as i quote his words..."To all those who tagged me i confirm i have seen the tags and the concern, no matter how much i was paid by the company or individual to market or advertise a product on their behalf and they fail to honor the agreement with their customers i will rise to demand justice for my followers who through me trusted the company. I will speak when the time comes."
His followers flocked in the comment section to share their thoughts and opinions that read as follows.
Kindly share your thoughts about Muigai's response to this matter, like, share and don't forget to follow me to keep you posted. Thank you
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