Stephen Kasolo is an award-winning and celebrated gospel music minister with huge popularity in the Eastern region of Kenya. He has released various hit songs which include; 'Kyaa Kya Ngai', 'Kitole', 'Natiwe Naku' among others that are available for watching on his YouTube channel. In a recent social media post, Stephen Kasolo got to address rumours about him being a member of the Illuminati.
He wrote, 'Na hii story ya Illuminati ilitoka wapi? Guys b4 I start my journey of music I went to Katoloni prayer centre. Am I clear?' This is a post that got to spark various reactions from his huge following with many telling him not to give up in serving God as people will still talk.
Being a personality is not usually an easy task as it tags along its advantages and disadvantages. It is not clear why one would make such claims about someone to a point of him addressing the issue which means he has been thinking about it for a while.
The photos are courtesy of Stephen Kasolo Kitole's social media.
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