Deputy president William Ruto has shown is musical talent today,after releasing a remix of "Hatupangwingwi" song with X-ray.The song was realesed after The National Cohesion and Integrity (NCIC) had listed some of the words which are being used by some of the Kenyans as hate speech.
Some of the words include,kama mbaya mbaya,madoa doa,operation Linda kura,fumigation and many others,were said to be disintegrate the diverse groups by the NCIC that have otherwise co existed peacefully.
The Sipangwingwi remix was released by deputy president so that it can assist him in his campaign because since then he has been using that song in most of his campaign.
These song has featured the DP speaking from the background saying that the Kenya kwanza coalition speaks for themselves.
Since the release of these song many politicians who have allied together with Dp Ruto have posted these song on their social media platforms.
A big questions now which arises among Kenyans is why the NCIC had to do so,the answer here is,the release of these words is meant to guide the ongoing campaigns by politicians On which words they should not use when talking to Kenyans.
Another question is,what is going to happen with these song?
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