2017 General Elections will remain the unique year in Kenyan history. It was unique in its own way one reason being the first time in history when the presidential election was nullified by the former Chief Justice David Maraga. It was also during the party campaigns towards the 2017 elections that several artists released songs in the support of a particular political party or a candidate running for elective seat.
Ben Githae, a Gospel artist from Kenya region was never left behind. He is a renowned Kikuyu vernacular artist. However, according to him, his personal love to Mr President Uhuru Kenyatta inspired him to offer a gift in form of songs that went viral and became a household tune across the nation. These songs were 'Uhuru Ruto Tano Tena" and "Wembe Ni Uleule". However, the popular artist disappeared from public eye as the 26th October 2017 election was closed.
During an interview with Radio Jambo, Mr Githae said that he still trends on Kikuyu vernacular televisions like Inooro Tv. Githae is a Gospel artist whose albums are in local Kikuyu vernacular. Among them include 'Timiza Maono', 'Mayani Mabataro', 'Kaba Kwiyaria', 'Tabia Mbaya' and others
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