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#WachaKieleweke 'Sina Deni Ya mtu' singer speaks out

The song has sparked controversy in Jubilee.

The musician has blatantly said that he is not in any way regretting his artistic work, which has sparked an uproar in the Jubilee Party circles.

“I have no regrets over the song,” the musician has told a Kikuyu station on Monday afternoon.


The song sparked jitters with a section of politicians aligned to Deputy President William Ruto terming it hate speech which could potentially stroke ethnic division in Kenya.

The song which has since gone viral online alludes to a political deal between members of President Uhuru Kenyatta's Kikuyu community and his deputy Ruto over the 2022 presidency.

Meanwhile, DP Ruto has trashed the song saying that no one owes him anything, he disclosed Sunday night that given the ticket by Jubilee, he would then run for presidency. He maintained that there was no deal between him and Uhuru Kenyatta over 2022.


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