King Kaka collabos with Ayub Ogada for 'Koth Biro'

1.1 million Children in Kenya are food insecure, about 175,000 children in Kenya miss out on school  due to drought and 2.7 million people in Kenya are in urgent need of safe drinking water- UNICEF Kenya revealed early this year.

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Koth Biro which translates to 'Rain Is Coming' was inspired by his trip with UNICEF Kenya to Turkana to visit their programmes.

"I saw kids walking half a day just to get a 5-litre Jerri can of water. I saw kids who had malnutrition, a family who had not had a decent meal in weeks surviving on a fruit called 'Makoma' which keeps their tummy full. In the same country, people throw away food, leave taps running and money meant for drought relief is embezzled. Play your part, make a difference," says King Kaka.

Koth Biro was produced by Provoke and the video was directed by Johnson Kyalo for Empire films.

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