Sakaja, yesterday, won the heart of worshipers in a church in Embakasi when he attended one of their services, got to the altar, joined members of the worship team, and took a guitar, tearing down the church with his strumming skills.
Fancy fingers as Gov Sakaja wows congregants with his guitar mastery
Nairobi governor, Johnson Sakaja, wowed the church members of an AIC church in Embakasi after he joined choir members and took the bass guitar, with the outcome leaving the church impressed.
The governor who was in the company of his deputy, Njoroge Muchiri, and other county officials during the service was captured in a short video clip shared by local media while he was at the AIC Church in Embakasi South showing his guitar skills.
Sometime last year, it was reported that the super senator joined an entertainment crew that was entertaining guests during the celebrations of Justice William Ouko's 60th birthday and showed off his guitar skills.
The governor has also shown his rapping prowess on several occasions where he has given some lyrical punches wowing his hosts and has also come out saying that he played at entertainment joints in his youthful years in a bid to make ends meet.
The band that had been hired for the celebrations during that time to entertain guests were left agape at his skillful mastery of the musical instrument, playing to Mugithi sounds effortlessly.
This is not the first incident the governor has entertained church congregants with his guitar skills.
Sometime ago, he joined worshippers at AIC Langa'ata and in his signature style picked up a guitar and joined the praise and worship team in leading the service where he was captured pleasantly striking the strings, the output confirming his fine mastery of the musical instrument.
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