|Photo courtesy/Corporal Zebby Cherono|
To many who have been in the music industry, many can truly confirm that singing is a call in addition to being a talent. Curently in the world, they are many millions of artists who compossy different songs that address different targets i.e. love songs adresses lovers.
However, According to one of the Kenya's artist who is also a police officer who has risen to a rank of corporal, she uses her singing skills to inspire women prisoner's and make them happy.
Digital Cops fraternity are now celebrating Corporal Zebby Cherono for being an impactful officer. According to Digital Cops, Cherono uses her singing talent to inspire women prisoner's at Women prison. Cherono has produced many songs which she shoots with prisoner's while singing and even dancing. Some of the song's she has produced includes Songa Mbele, Kaza mwendo, Nitazidi etc.
To surprise, the songs have went far and even changed the life's of many people since they are too inspirational and emotional.
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