Famous Musicians joining political campaign trails is not new in Kenya and their musical songs at times do help turn some voters to vote for a specific candidate.
The songs are performed to hype up political parties, or presidential contenders making use of live shows to headline or stir up campaign gatherings.
The latest artist to release a political campaign song is Ngaruiya Junior.
Ngaruiya Junior who is popularly known as the 'King of Kigooco' has released United Democratic Movement (UDA) campaign song ahead of the 2022 elections.
The composer of the song praises the UDA party associated to Deputy President William Ruto for being accommodating to all voters without bias and that it is seeking to liberate Kenyans.
Photo courtesy (DP Ruto in a past event)
Also in the song, Ngaruiya is full of praise of the bottom up economic model which is the main agenda of the party and the second in command DP Ruto.
To watch the video click the link below;
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