Prominent musicians are very influential in the society.Some of them have risen to fame from backgrounds with untold poverty.Their way of success thus motivates the young generation.
Today, a great gospel artist known as Alex Apoko was hosted and interviewed by Kameme Goro and Jalang'o in Kiss FM.Apoko is greatly known as "Ringtone" and is believed to be among the most rich gospel artist in Africa.
During the interview, he revealed details that were least expected.He revealed that he has a "Mugumo" tree where he spend time praying.The tree is highly regarded in the Kikuyu Community as special and with divine powers.However, Apoko comes from the Kisii community.
"Mimi siishi kwa bedsitter, niko na garden kubwa, tunakaa huko chini ya mti, na hata niko na 'Mugumo' tree yangu mahali na pray," Apoko revealed.
Perhaps this tree has lead to his great blessings.Kindly share your views on this information.You may click on the link below to watch his interview.
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