From time immemorial Kikuyu communities have been listening to the Prophets commonly referred to as Mundu Mugo. The prophets were meant to pass God's judgment to the people and foretell what will happen in the future. In the 21st century, Kikuyu continues to listen to the words of these wise men. The late John de Matthew was one of the great seers who commanded a lot of respect because of the wise words, warning, and counsel to the community. Before his death, he had produced a song entitled "Turihe thiiri" which translates to Paying off debts. He praised Raila Odinga for his handshake effort with Uhuru because that meant peace and prosperity in our country will be realized. However, he warned Uhuru Kenyatta to remember the debt they owed to William Ruto after they agreed in 2013 to support each other and work together. Kikuyu from Mount Kenya still remind Uhuru Kenyatta about their agreement.
Muigai wa Njoroge, a renowned musician from Central has not stopped to remind Uhuru about the agreement they made with William Ruto. The promise is a debt and if the covenant is broken consequences can follow. Let Uhuru Kenyatta save the Kikuyu from future mockery by other communities if he fails to pay his political debt of supporting Ruto in 2022.
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