Former vice president Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka is an astute politician. The de facto leader of the Kamba nation is eyeing to be Kenya's 5th President. In a rare turn of events, the seasoned career politician pulled a rare card by making his debut in acting.
Man Stevo with the content cartel himself Crazy Kennar partner in a one-minute-long clip to entertain their fans. Crazy Kennar is famed on producing vines, he is a household name in the entertainment industry. You can watch the clip on Crazy kennar's youtube page.
Crotus Abong of Real House helps of Kawangware is also featured in the comedy skit. In a time where political temperatures had risen to the brim this kind of break is necessary.
Many have hailed Kalonzo Musyoka for his effort to support creatives. The entertainment industry is one of the worst-hit in this pandemic period.
Kalonzo Muskoka also famed as a watermelon by his opponent was pictured with Alex Mathenge while holding a watermelon. The message was clear, he has heard what his competitors equate him to.
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