Some hours ago karagu Muraya posted on his Facebook official page talking about the renown Kikuyu gospel musician Dennis Mutara who has been out of the industry for sometime. He said that in the morning he will have a live conversation with him to know what is wrong.
Pastor Ben Kiengei who is always in bad terms with Mutara posted this on his Facebook page asking Kenyans to join them live from his media studio. He added that a man will rumble several times but God will bring him forth his rising up. He went ahead and asked pseudo accounts to share the information.
Karagu Muraya commented on this saying tomorrow is a big day for their brother mutara thanking Kiengei for always standing with Mutara. Keingei replied on this telling karagu to continue working forgetting about the trush type of people who bring enemity between two long time friends.
According to you kenyans, what do you think pastor Ben meant by the reply? Let's meet in the comments section and talk about it.
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