What Made Murang'a Governor Mwangi Wairia Join 'Firirida' Dance Challenge Today.
By Zachy0021 | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 6242 views
Mwangi Wairia the Governor of Murang'a county was today very excited over the Murang'a County Assembly after it passed the constitutional Amendment Bill 2020(BBI) un- opposed.
Over the past weeks,there is a song a song by tittle 'Firirida' that had gone viral on social media.The excitement that overflowed the 153 Members of County Assembly who passed the bill un -oppossed made them to be very happy which later led them to dancing the now very popular celebratory Sony by the tittle 'Firirida' which is recently accumulating over a hundred thousand views on YouTube and multiple dance challenge in tik tok.
The song was sung in 1986 by a vanacular mucisian Dick Munyonyi and by that time he was a relatively successful musician.
The popular Kikuyu Journalist Jeff Kuria last week shared a video on social media of this song and immediately it went viral dominating what's app status, being the latest trend in weddings and dowry ceremonies and also in tik tok videos.
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