Kenyan dramatic gospel artist, Embarambamba has been called for an interview with NTV's, Amina Abdi. The talented musician who sings in Abagusii, is know for dancing on mud and other weird dancing styles.
Many people consider him more of a comedian than a singer. Some even claiming that he is insane. However, the musician made it clear that he gets filled with holy spirit. He even went ahead and said that at one point, the late Hon. Daniel Moi, noticed his great gift and assured him of going Places.
Embarambamba said, "Nikiwa mtoto, Rais Moi aliniambia nitaenda mbali, hapo ndio niligundua nina talanta."
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He also urged people to continue supporting his music career just like any other artist. This came after Ezekiel Mutua condemned his style of music.
Netizens were so much amused by this hilarious man and all his endless stories.
A good number were shocked to hear him mimic so many people fluently.
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