The "Uhuruto Tano Tena" Hitmaker Tells off Fans Who are Advising Him Against Making a BBI Song
By Ngarysams | self meida writer
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Gospel Musician Ben Githae with President Uhuru and Deputy President Ruto in 2017. Credit/courtesy.
The controversial Gospel Musician Ben Githae has hinted at doing yet another political song in support of the Bridges Initiative Report.
The "Uhuru Ruto Tano Tena" hitmaker was speaking on a live interview with NTV Kenya where he revealed that he has never regretted his decision to praise the Jubilee administration in the 2017 general elections despite recent allegations from critics that he lied to them.
"What I sing is what I believe in. When I sang Tano Tena, I meant it. Now when I sing BBI, I will mean it", Githae said adding that those who are criticizing him for supporting the report should simply mind their businesses.
"Even when people are suffering economically, — they point at me and say, 'you are the root cause of all this since you lied to us'. Mimi nilikuwa najifanyia kazi yangu na nkalipwa. Wewe pia fanya kazi hako na utalipwa", Githae said.
Githae believes BBI is good for all Kenyans and insists that he on the verge of releasing an official song about the document.
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