Homabay town Constituency member of parliament Hon. Peter Opondo Kaluma, has taken on NTV for hosting the Kisii gospel musician Chris Embarambamba, Embarambamba has been on Headlines for his unique ways of performance, many have been wondering whether he is a true gospel artist or just looking for fame.
Embarambamba's ways of performing include, rolling on grass, climbing trees and rooftops, climbing animals, and making funny dances. Embarambamba through this, has managed to have more followers He has always vowed never to stop, he argues that all he does is guided by the holy spirit.
However, according to MO Kaluma, Embarambamba is a night runner, a few days ago, Kaluma suggested that Embarambamba should be arrested and persecuted for Witchcraft.
"There exist enough evidence to enable arrest and prosecution of that Kisii night-runner calling himself Embarabamba with witchcraft related offences!" Kaluma stated.
And while reacting to Embarambamba's Interview with NTV, Kaluma wondered how a national television can host such a musician, "NTV today donated their studio to the night-runner from Kisii called Embarambamba!" He stated.
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