Jaguar is the current member of Parliament for Starehe constituency. The man is a renowned Kenyan musician who rocked the airwaves back then before he joined politics. He is remembered for his hit songs Nikuvishe Pete, Kioo and Kigeugeu. Concentrating on Kigeugeu, this was indeed a banger which majored on societal issues.
There is a point where he rebukes politicians for cheating on citizens and stealing from them. According to a report by Mpasho news,today his own words have come back to haunt him! This was after he said that musicians did not elect him nor give him any assignment in parliament. Therefore, they should not bother him.
This has gotten to Kenyans' hearts who have violently reacted with various feelings. This is because most of them were not pleased with what he said:Follow the reactions and this news on this link:
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