Kikuyu Gospel singer Muigai Wa Njoroge is often known for his songs whereby he criticizes the government for oppressing the poor.
He has not once shaken the incumbent government with his hard to 'swallow pills' whenever he took to his social media accounts or studio to record a song.
One of his hit songs which nearly 'suffocated' the leaders is Mbari Ya Kimendero where he told the leaders to continue oppressing the poor but God will fight for them.
In his social media page, Kuria captioned the Kiriro kiambaa song terming it as timeless but muigai wasn't impressed .
"Timeless! Muigai Wa Njoroge & Sovingar Wa Bibiana. Year of Release 2008." Wrote Kuria alongside sharing the video.
The singer took to the comment section to slam Kuria quest for justice also daring him to also share the song about oppressor which is 'Mbari ya Kimendero'.
"The song was prompted by anger but that time it was not Ruto vying. It was Raila. Afterwards Ruto and Uhuru signed a pact which which we'll fulfill so we have peace. If Kuria you're interested in Justice then post my song ' Mbari ya Kimendero," he wrote.
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