Talia Oyando reveals one thing she will never forget about E-Sir

This is emotional

Speaking on Citizen TV’s 10 over 10, Talia disclosed that E-Sir carried her on his back after she fell ill the day they were supposed to record their hit song ‘Hamunitishi’

“It was the day for recording and I had Malaria. He came to the house and he was like we are going to the studio and I said I was sick and I could not go to the studio. He said that if we didn’t record the song that day, it would never happen. Then we walked up until my gate and I could not walk anymore and we only had 10 shillings between us. He then carried me on his back and walked all the way to the studio and used the 10 shillings to buy me tonic water,” she said.

She revealed that she lived in Nairobi West while the late E-Sir lived in South C at the time.

E-Sir died 15 years ago after the vehicle he was traveling in together with singer Nameless was involved in an accident.

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