The Commander in chief has stirred reactions online after his video with traditional artist Wanganangu surfaced.The president was listening to Wanganangu's music as he (Uhuru) made some noticeable rhythmic moves.However, the president suddenly stopped making the moves and burst into laughter after a humorous statement of the song was sang.The song praised the beauty of a girl (character in the song) which was exemplary.
As Uhuru Kenyatta Presidential terms coming to an end, probably next year August, he has decided to do great charity work for some of Kenyans who are in one way or the other are heroes or legends of this country. A few days ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta decided to award one of the eldest Kikuyu musicians with a piece of land whose size is unknown.
Muchatha town. Muchatha is a name familiar with many Kenyans because it is used to imply shags. A person saying he/she is heading to Muchatha they don’t necessarily mean the place in Kiambu but also talking about their villages. Interestingly is how the name Muchatha was coined from a tree. The place in Kiambaa was initially called Gituamba but after colonialists ejected indigenous people they affected people moved to nearby areas full of Michatha trees. Musician Paul Wanganangu. They cleared these trees and
President Uhuru Kenyatta and 90-year-old Benga musician, Paul Mutonga alias Wanganangu, broke into song on Wednesday, October 20, at the Mashujaa Day luncheon in Kirinyaga County. At the sidelines of the luncheon, the President and the musician sang their hearts out to the 70's song titled Mwega ni Uriku by the late Benga artist, Joseph Kamaru.