Hilarious Kisii gospel musician Embarambara has made a plea to the president and the first lady, saying that if he will help him God will make him somebody tomorrow. Speaking on NTV television, he reveals that all he does in the song is to try to market his name and glorify God still in poverty, crying to help from the President and the first lady Margaret Kenyatta.
Reminding the president about the problems they went through in 2013, he said that his deputy president can remember well that they were even stoned by the ODM supporters but they struggled to campaign for the duos. He, therefore, asked the president to provide him with instruments and if possible a car to carry them so that he can be able to move in the country preaching the gospel and doing collaborations with other musicians.
To the first lady, he requested to be supported with iron sheets to build a house praying to God that they will be blessed. He concluded by saying that if the president will support his talent God will make him somebody tomorrow.
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