King kaka is one of the most know artists and a celebrity in Kenya and beyond the borders. He's also a great hero who wrote a spoken song titled "wajinga nyinyi" describing the current state of kenyan political state but the song was rendered illegal by Kenya control board with alleged bridge of conduct.
He has been of good health, but he recently suddenly fallen sick. According to his post on official Facebook account, it has been two days of dark days and nights, spending hours fighting for his life at hospital bed. But one great thing is that he's great full that he has seen another day of hope, and he's feeling better. His doctors, Dr. Adil, Dr. Stanley and Dr. Aggrey just finished drilling on his hip bone to extract bone marrow samples that will be used for further diagnosis of the illness. He's yet to reveal the whole story but he has promised to share the full story soon. He has also written a song to summarize the suffering we face in daily life experience. Let's all pray that he gets well soon.
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