Many famous people, especially in the music industry, have come from Kenya. The music business never fails to delight us by composing songs for a wide variety of contexts. However, it is never easy for famous musicians to go out in public without protection. I'm going to tell you about a promising young musician from Kenya who vanished 15 years ago and has never been located in this piece.
Abdulkarim Mohammed's stage name, C'zars, was more widely recognized than any of his other names. Before he vanished on October 13th, 2006, he was a promising young musician in the country. All over Africa, C'zars had a legion of devoted listeners who loved to groove to his tunes.
On each of the aforementioned afternoons, Abdulkarim Mohammed went for a stroll. He left after his afternoon stroll 16 years ago and hasn't been back.
C'zars' musical career was just getting started when he mysteriously vanished. His 2006 hit song "Amka Ukatike" was released before he vanished. Mr. Makasi hasn't given up hope that his son will return.
Additional information regarding the mysterious disappearance of the C'zars can be found in the video embedded below.
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