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Ben Githae Composes A Song For His Preferred 2022 Presidential Candidate, Below are the Lyrics

Renowned Gospel Singer Ben Githae has finally composed a song for his preferred 2022 presidential candidate.

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Speaking today, the renowned singer who is known for forming the song 'Tano Tena' that went viral in the previous election called out all kenyans who were accusing him of misleading them in his song. In his own words, Ben said that all kenyans who were accusing him should be ashamed due to the fact that they also contributed by voting.

Ben who was speaking during a meeting between the former prime Minister of Kenya and Orange Democratic Movement party leader, honorable Raila Odinga and ODM members said that he was going to change the song which will suit the former prime Minister of Kenya in his 2022 presidential bid.

In his own words, Ben Githae claimed that just like any other Kenyan, he has the right to choose and switch sides when it comes to politics.

"Ndani, Ndani, Ndaaani, to the state house... Mlima woteee Baba toshaaa, Ndani Ndani, Ndaaani, to the state house... Mlima woteee baba toshaa", Ben Githae.

While reacting to this song, kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter have called out the renowned gospel singer accusing him of engaging in politics despite the fact that he was a singer. For these kenyans, they claimed that it was not okay for him to choose sides and instead urged him to pray for the country as well as release inspiring songs.

However, majority of Kenyans who also expressed their opinions and suggestions on the matter have congratulated him for doing this. With this in mind, they claimed that it was okay for him to do as he wants due to the fact that he is a Kenyan citizen with rights.

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