"Tano Tena" Hit Maker Ben Githae Comments on His Relationship with Jubilee Government
By SOduma | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 0 views
Popular musician Ben Githae who produced the song that sailed the Jubilee administration into the second term in office has finally commented on allegations that he is complicit in the administration's failures. According to Githae his work ended with composition the popular hit song that was part of President Kenyatta and DP William Ruto campaign song. Githae has further said that he owes no one apology for composing the song.
Kenyans have been blaming the musician for campaigning for the Jubilee duo despite under performance in the first term. However, Githae's comments absolves him of any blame. It is important to note that the musician faced increased criticism after it emerged that he is composing yet another song for the BBI campaigns.
Githae has said that music is an art and expression of events in society. Therefore, he has the freedom to express his artistic abilities without blackmail. Kenyans will therefore wait and witness if Githae will produce another hit song for the BBI constitutional amendments campaigns or even for the 2022 elections.
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