Contraversial musician Muigai wa Njoroge is once again on the receiving end after he dropped a new single blasting the current leadership.
According to Muigai, the famous song "Ciumburane" is meant to express how all innocent kenyans have seriously suffered in the hands of the current regime.
In his song he has touched on the current state of living, crying that many can not even afford to put food on the table.
Previously, the famous musician found himself in trouble after he made some worrying remarks about the president Uhuru kenyatta and his family.
Muigai a staunch supporter of the kenyan deputy president William Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza Alliance has been hunting down votes for the UDA presidential candidate around the country.
On this particular topic, Muigai has left kenyans confused and eliciting some interesting reactions after the viral music video.
James... You got nerves of steel and ball of iron brother! Truth is better. Niciumburane!
Mbugua... Very informative song bro; you never disappoint.
Kipkoech... I wish I knew Kikuyu Language. Been listening to your speeches and songs all day long. The antidote of my peace.
West.... The history of agikuyu will always remember you for the passion you have for ruriri, you are a blessing to us.God bless you my brother, continue with the gospel of hustle.
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