If you frequently visit social media, you may have come across Johnson Sakaja at some point. He is a social media influencer who has moved from grass to fame within a short period of time due to his creativity, determination and hardwork he employed. He is the governor of Nairobi County who preceded the Mike Sonko who was impeached. He is a renown politician with well ground to be distracted by Naysayers.
Johnson Sakaja is one of those politicians who are generous and supportive. He never estates to extend his hand of generosity when called upon to help. He has played a vital role in educational sectors where he has supported many students with scholarships and bursaries for them to access learning.
Few hours ago, it has been revealed by tuko.co.ke showing off how Governor Sakaja would have been a great rapper, if he wasn't a politician. The county boss left the crowd revved up after perfectly rapping alongside rapper Khaligraph Jones at Shoke Shoke festival last night. Many of his fans were impressed by his performance on stage. What can you tell off Governor Sakaja, if he would have been a rapper? Let's see your comment.
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