Furious Kenyans React to Ben Githae After Hinting at pro-BBI Song
By TheBrandNews | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
Ben Githae, the Kikuyu Musician has once again come out to defend his campaign song. During the 2017 presidential campaigns, Mr Githae released a song praising Uhuru and Ruto and even persuading Kenyan voters to cast their ballots in their favour. Speaking on TV, Githae said he is willing to sing a pro-BBI song if asked
After Kenyans facing it rough with the Jubilee government, they are very sceptical about Uhuru. They criticized Githae for singing Political songs and misleading them
Here are some reactions from Kenyans
@kishnjoro Ben Githae is a businessman, he’s the piper that plays the tune of those that pay him
@mandelaonchwati That nigga, should be in jail for misleading poor Kikuyus with stupid songs
@kasamba He said that whoever listens to his songs and believes in them is stupid
@john He is an opportunist and he has ever lived to misled his Kikuyu society...traitor
Do you think Ben Githae should concentrate on Mugithi songs and stop campaigning?
Do you think Ben Githae is singing just for the money he is paid by politicians?
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