Samuel Muchoki Ndirangu is a very popular Kenyan artist. He is commonly known as Samidoh. This is his stage name as well as his brand name. He is a musician who majored in Kikuyu secular songs. He however has some gospel hits. He is a friend of God who worship through his talent.
The young King of Mugithi songs has a very large following on social media. He is very active on both Facebook and Instagram. He has a unique way of keeping his followers and fans entertained and updated. He posts almost on a daily basis to entertain his supporters and update them on his next move.
Today he shared a message that left many talking. He said that people should be smart. Tables never turn anymore. It is the people who change their sitting position. He posted this together with a clear photo of himself. He was all smiles.
Netizens were quick to react to his photo and caption. He was told that he has decided to "kill" it with the smile. Below is a collection of some of the comments from Kenyans on Facebook.
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