Kenyans on social media have always been opportunistic people who like creating trends from everything that happens around the country.
Following president Uhuru Kenyatta's move to lift the dusk to dawn curfew that has been in place since March 2020, Kenyans are all over social media enjoying the freedom they missed for all that time.
However, their main concern is focused on night clubbing since there will be no time limit on early closure of bars and restaurants across the country.
To ensure they party all night, netizens on twitter decided to run a trend demanding a new banger from Kenyan celebrated Genge artist Nameye Khadija alias Mejja to enable them enjoy his good music during these curfew-free moments in the country.
Mejja became the music sensation in Kenya just when the curfew started in 2020 after releasing his 'Utawezana' dab featuring Kaka empire signee Femi One,a song that took the whole country by storm.
Since then, Mejja who is also one of the 'Kansoul' boys group in Kenya continued giving Kenyans doses of music with him getting featured by almost every artist locally for a music collaboration for the better part of 2020 and 2021.
This has made netizens demand a new song that they will be jamming to in the clubs since his fame during the corona virus period.
Below are some of the tweets by Kenyans demanding a song from Mejja;
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