Today on the Classic Countdown with Mimmy Khamis, we sample music from the year that The Second Congo War began; 3,900,000 people are killed before it ended in 2003, making it the bloodiest war, to date, since World War II.
Everyone has a doppelganger somewhere on this earth.
This phenomenal cannot be explained, however everyone always seeks to find their look-a-like in their lifetime.
Well, we spotted a Nairobian who looks just like Governor of Kirinyaga County Anne Waiguru.
She was attending the Laugh Festival event hosted at the KICC on Monday.
So, do they look alike or nah?
Photos by Ezekiel Aminga
Kenya’s finest DJ Kalonje is not a happy man after his studio was demolished. He revealed this news on social media with photos of a demolished building.
He went ahead to reveal his studio was demolished and that they were not given a notice to vacate their premises and were shocked when goons, armed with pangas and heavy wrenches, shoved his dad severally and went ahead to steal his machines, DJ decks, Play Stations and studio equipment.
He said, “Well… this is what has remained of the studio. Without notice we were asked to remove our property under extremely harassing and threatening circumstances. Accompanied by goons armed with pangas and heavy wrenches…shoving my dad severally destroying our property looting my machines Dj Decks, PlayStations studio equipments and stock…Kenya ina wenyewe kweli. Justice ni ya Wenye pesa??”
He did not reveal if anyone was injured in the process, but all his hardwork was dropped to the ground.
Read some of the comments by his fans;
frapenya_prince: 😭😭😭😭,,,am sorry bro take it easy God knows why that happened.
cunuwambu: Very sad and unfair. It is a system for the rich and the poor are damned. And when there is nothing for the poor to eat, they shall eat the rich. Take heart @deejaykalonje. Mungu bado ako na wewe!
wisipent: Pole sana bro.. take heart I hope your old man is alright.
topchefmelitos: Take heart man God can not put u in a fire u can’t handle !! The tougher the situation the bigger the blessing !!! 😖😖😖😖pole kalonje !! Najua ur next studio will be more beautiful & let’s ashame the devil.
brickdj: Easy bro.I can’t believe this place is down.I remember this the first place I learned basic deejaying skills.With God you will get new dj players.
A Congolese asylum seeker claimed Ksh 2.44m in bogus benefits to fund her transformation into a social media fashion icon.
Tania Amisi, 27, defrauded 22 councils in a six-year crime spree using fake names and addresses.
The mother of three used the cash to rent a plush flat as she squandered the money on luxury holidays, designer clothes and a £25,000 handbag collection.
She showed off the spoils by posing for glamorous photoshoots, which she posted on Facebook, Instagram and other sites.
Admirers showered her with compliments on her good taste and enviable lifestyle.
Yesterday, Amisi was jailed for four years after being extradited from Paris, where she fled after pleading guilty to fraud in 2015.
She will give birth to a fourth child behind bars after a judge was told she was addicted to crime and its proceeds.
The single mother came to the UK from the Congo as an asylum seeker when she was just 12, Southwark Crown Court heard. Her family claimed her father had been assassinated and she was granted indefinite leave to remain and settled in London.
But she spent six years tricking councils into paying her housing and other benefits, submitting 37 claims. She used the names Tania Abidi, Becca Amisi and Tania Alicia with seven different credit cards linked to the four aliases and two Congolese passports.
Investigators put her under surveillance after she tried to cash several counterfeit cheques.
When they raided her Chelsea Harbour home they found her huge fashion collection and full length pictures of her in designer dresses. She had binged on goods at Prada, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Yves Saint Laurent.
At the bottom of her wardrobe were Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana handbags.
Amisi also set up a false fashion company called Le Chateau Dior and used a fake name Tania Westwood to claim handouts from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
She blew some of the cash on holidays to the Congo, Ivory Coast, America, Egypt, Morocco, and Turkey.
Officials found she had put in applications for a further £65,000 in benefits which were never paid out. In interview she claimed she was supporting her lifestyle by working in a betting shop.
But after pleading guilty to some of her crimes she cut off her electronic tag, booked herself on to the Eurostar and went on the run in France and Belgium.
Her bank statements revealed she spent several nights at luxury hotels while bragging about her travels on Facebook.
In March she even featured in a BBC documentary called Britain on the Fiddle.
Four months later she was arrested in the French capital after being convicted of a further 17 fraud offences in her absence.
Amit Karia, prosecuting, said: “Two addresses in Chelsea Harbour were raided and £25,000 worth of designer handbags were found at the properties. From this large sum of money stolen from this benefit fraud, she did live a lavish lifestyle and squandered that large quantity of money.”
Jailing her, Judge Michael Grieve said:
“The methods used to commit these frauds involved careful planning and an even increasing degree of complexity, involving false names and forged bank documents.The nature of this offending was fraudulent from the outset and committed to fund your lavish and extremely comfortable lifestyle. This was not a case of a person in dire financial straits submitting to temptation and making fraudulent claims to get by. You committed these offences to fund your very affluent lifestyle on holidays, restaurants and designer handbags and clothes. You had a flat in Chelsea paid for by your fraudulent activities and your son had all the material benefits he could want. Once discovered you could not face up to the consequences and you fled to mainland Europe until you were brought back.There’s very little evidence you have shown any remorse before you went to ground in Paris.”
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Timothy Kimani who is popularly known to many as Njugush in the comedy industry, has become everyone’s favorite due to his signature rib cracking jokes.
The one thing we all agree on is that he’s got jokes. Funny jokes.
Njugush is married to Calestine Ndinda who is heavily pregnant and expecting their first child any time soon.
He gained popularity after starring in the TV hit series Real Housewives Of Kawangware, before moving on to other hustles.
Speaking to Classic FM website via phone, he explained to us how he is trying to remain relevant to his fans despite the fact that they do not see him on TV.
Njugush said his disappearance from TV did not cripple his art form. he still made short videos and posted them on various social media to remain relevant.
“It is a matter of being out there and being relevant to people especially your fans and with that the clients will always look for you to advertise for them. Currently, I’m the ambassador for a washing powder. What I am currently working on is I am writing for a TV show called Hullabaloo Estate as well as I am working for my upcoming show which I am also writing for”. Njugush added.
Asked whether fans compare his comedy to DJ Shitty’s, who has also gained fans thanks to his antics on The real Housewives Of Kawangware, Njugush said:
“Yes. You know I left and he came right after, so people will always say such, especially because when I left watu walijam ati nimemea pembe but unajua siku ya kitu ikifika imefika. We are very good friends with him.”
Asked why he always makes fun of Nyashinski’s music releases in his comedy skethes online.
Njugush said, “Nyashinski is a very good friend of mine and we talk and that is why mi hupenda kumchokoza chokoza.”
He also addressed some of the challenges they face in their entertainment industry.
“The major problem with us as the entertainers, is getting the license to do our production anywhere in this country. If I was the CS for Sports, Culture and Art, I would try to reduce that [bottleneck]. Ukiangalia watu ka kina Diamond huenda kushoot Nigeria coz huko vitu zimeangaliwa vizuri”.
Listen to the whole interview below:
Today on the Classic Countdown with Mimmy Khamis, we sample music from the year that Bill Clinton was sworn in for a second term as President of the United States.
When we were young, we always wished we would grow up fast thinking that being a grown up is fun and you get to do whatever you want without having to seek permission from our parents.
Well, you never know what’s at the end of the tunnel until you get there. Comedian Njugush is always goofing around and making jokes on right about anything and we love every bit of it.
He has come out to shed light on how tough life is and how he wishes he was young again. In the note he jots down, he remembers all the memories of being a youngster, who did not have to pay bills, and also about taking up some of the jobs we do.
Taking to social media, he shared a photo of him back in the day when he was in high school, but the caption is what takes the crown.
He wrote, “This is me Every monday morning trying to figure if i really need this job aki😩😩😩😩why did we grow up saa hii ningekua bado napigania rubber ya red na kuangalia watch nijue how far breaktime is, or ningekua nafanya excersice 2 ya English aid but i just rem sijaenda gym for excercise aki ya nani growing up was a trap!!!”
Bahati has for the longest time been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. He is among the most controversial gospel artistes in the country.
He has been accused by one man, Thuranira, for failing to pay back a loan of 200k owed from several months back. This raised questions if at all Bahati makes money through music, and how he spends his mulla.
Aside from that, he has constantly stated that his fans have been loyal to him and supported him throughout his music career and he considers them as family.
Well, one of his fans is ill and in urgent need of medical attention. Bahati took to social media to announce that one of his die hard fans was diagnosed with cancer and urged his fans to pray for him and contribute money to offset his medical bills.
“I am not #BAHATI without my Fans. And your Pain is My Pain 😢. In this Picture is #X_PEY One of my Most Die hard Fans; A face that I see in most of My Performances/ Concerts. Just Received Saddening news that he’s been Examined with #TumorCancer and Tomorrow Lunch time (12:30PM) I will be Visiting #KENYATTAHOSPITAL where’s he’s admitted and I would like to ask more Family & Fans to Join me as we go to pray & Contribute for him🙏.”
Read some of the comments from his fans;
dixonlubanga: May he receive healing in Jesus’ name
freddykenya: Qr to Him
annengina26: Healing is ur portion in the mighty name of Jesus
sethndirangu: I pray that he gets well
liviancelavi1091: Wishing him quick recovary
gloriah_gich: May Jesus take the wheel
steprince5373: Together in prayers X-pay ,, you’ll be well soon coz Christ is our healer ,,I thank God that you make it our of theatre and still you’ll make it in life in Jesus Name Amen
Serah Teshna is among the most sought after media personalities in the country. She came to the spotlight and shocked many with her brilliance and her work ethic.
Many remember her as the host of the show Skin Therapy, but apart from that, she’s also an actress and has been featured in the local TV series, ‘Sue Na Johnnie‘.
Well, Serah, real name Sarah Ndanu, is no longer working with the host of Skin Therapy after she landed a job at K24 as a presenter of a morning show, ‘Alfajiri’.
Alfajiri was previously hosted by Amina Abdi, who got another job as the host of The Trend, after Larry Madowo stepped down. She will be hosting the show alongside Kiss FM’s Jeff Mote and Ciru Muriuki.
Speaking exclusively to Classic 105 FM, Skin Therapy’s producer, Evans Wang’unda, shed some light on how it was working with Serah, wishing her the best as she takes up a different role.
“I selected her because she was so passionate to be part of the show and willing to work. We’ve been together over three years now. It has been a difficult moments this two and half years the show has been on air but she decided to stand with me because she believed in me and the show and that is why we have walked this far together and the time she mentioned that she is leaving, I felt so sad because I never imagined that one day she will leave the Skin Therapy Show but I’m happy for her, for a new challenge in her life wherever she goes,” he explained.
He went ahead to state her work ethic and the many things he’s learned from her.
“I have learnt a lot working with her those past years. She is hardworking and intelligent in her job. I know she will be successful in her new position at K24 and I wish her the best.”
Evans also unveiled to us who the new host of the show will be. She is not a new face as she has been a presenter before.
“The person who is going to take her position, will do the same and more and I believe in Resian Lebai who has worked with KTN and K24 as a news anchor. I know she will do her best and take the show to the next level. I know this because she had worked with the Skin Therapy Show within a period of one year and she left for her personal reasons and she is going to work along with Sharon Chepkoech, who is going to be Resian’s co-host,” he concluded.
King Kaka has been in the music industry for years now. He came to the limelight as Rabbit, then changed his name to Kaka Sungush and finally settled on King Kaka.
All these names represent him and he has not let his fans down in regards to the music he releases.
Well, a few years ago, he launched his first management company, Kaka Empire which has a number of artistes signed to it. He once signed Tanzanian superstar, Rich Mavoko, who later on left and is now signed to Wasafi Records (WCB) owned by Diamond Platnumz. He recently signed one of the most amazing singers, Pascal Tokodi, whom they have worked together before.
One thing about King Kaka is that he’s always full of surprises and his moves are quite sleek. The ‘Besha Shigana’ hitmaker has finally unveiled his new recording studio. This was bound to happen considering he’s been in the music industry for a while now and has signed the likes of Avril.
He took to social media to announce the news with a photo of th studios logo and asked his fans to make their bookings.
This move will clearly give his counterparts a run for their money.
Wahu Kagwi, one of Kenya’s most celebrated female artistes, shocked many when she revealed that she is now saved. This came as a shock, considering how successful her music has been over the years.
Her family went through a rough patch after Nameless fell ill and was rushed to the hospital, but he’s recovering pretty well.
She released her first gospel song, Sifa, which has been well received by her fans. In an interview she had with Kiss FM, she revealed the real inspiration behind the song, saying that a few things did influence her creation. She said that her hubby’s sickness among other things inspired her to write the song.
“Well that and other things that you look at and say, ‘In all honesty, some things are not in your control. There’s so only so much you can do as a human being,’ and I consider myself a kinda clever human being. I can solve many problems but then some things are really beyond your ability…they take you down to your knees and you say…God, let’s now talk about it,” she revealed.
Well, Wahu is an amazing woman and she has taken her time to give back to the community. She and her daughter Tumiso, took their time to spend a day with parents and kids with Down Syndrome, a genetic disorder caused by the presence of all or part of a third copy of chromosome 21. It is typically associated with physical growth delays, characteristic facial features and mild to moderate intellectual disability.
She took to social media to share with her fans how the day went.
She wrote, “#earliertoday , at a tree planting ceremony organized by Down Syndrome Society of Kenya….was amazing spending time with the parents and kids of DSSK, doing something good for the environment. 🌲🌲💚💚 #gogreen #itseveryonesresponsibility #greener254 ☘️☘️.”
Check out photos from the ceremony;
Controversial gospel star, Willy Paul, has been quiet for quite sometime now, considering he’s always making headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Many have stated that his music is not gospel compared to the kind of music he released when he was an upcoming artiste. But time changes and maybe he feels that the music he puts out, is what the youth want to hear.
Well, even if people have questioned his music, the ‘JigiJigi’ hitmaker is making major moves and his hardwork is paying off.
At the moment he’s more than happy after he won an award for Best Male Artiste in Kenya at the Pulse Awards.
He took to social media to express himself and even revealed that he had given up on Kenyan awards.
He wrote, “To be honest I had lost all hope in our Kenyan awards.. and like I sang in my song #digiri you dont really need an award to go to heaven. With or without an award all things are still possible. Awards are earthly and are made to appreciate our good work. Back to business.. yesterday night the biggest video award ceremony went down #PULSEAWARDS.. I had two nominations for the song #jigijigi and it was a big win for me and my team. We took home all the two awards respectively.. JIGIJIGI MOST VIEWED VIDEO ON YOUTUBE AND JIGIJIGI BEST MALE VIDEO….. Thank you all for your support. I promise to continue being humble and making good music…for the Lord.”
Here are some of the comments from his fans;
ga_mic: God bless you WILLY Paul… You have a great future ahead… Looking forward to an electrifying performance in Glorious Chapel Church… 24th Dec… Can’t wait!!!
jaydenmuse: May God shower you with blessings my brother in Christ..
teddypaul: On track bro. Watu Husema you are irrelevant but I can’t see anything wrong with your music. Some people are just jealous of where you are. CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU
dominic.kim.14: Congratulations…but continue making “good songs for us to enjoy” but not for the Lord
diana_diane_dee: Smart,though unapenda sana kuignore mafans wako Willy
ruosuzan: All you do is win win win
ndelandela: Okay we need New song bro we cnt wait let t go we craving 😬
Today on the Classic Countdown with Mimmy Khamis, we sample music from the year that Former President of Iraq Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death by hanging by the Iraqi Special Tribunal.
Roshanara Ebrahim is a sight for sour eyes.
The beauty queen who was dethroned by the Miss World Kenya franchise officials has not missed a beat when it comes to following her dreams .
After Roshanara lost the Miss World Kenya crown, she has bagged several product endorsements and gotten herself signed to one of the top modeling agencies in the country.
The sassy diva introduced her mum to her fans in a recent post.
Cheers to you Mum, because you’re my pride and joy…
Words will never satisfy the bountiful emotions that I have in my heart for you…
I wish I was with you today more than ever, to celebrate you.
You’ve taught me when you love someone, fight the world for them and never downplay true love .. Today is yours. Today is ours.
To your first sober birthday and many more.
My angel, my Rock, my sister, my mother and my best friend. I love you. Happy Birthday mama, may God always bless us and our family, may we always stay united and as one. All we have is each other. 🤩😘🤩😘 Yours, Rosh.
Roshanara also posted photos to accompany her beautifully penned birthday message. We can all see where the beauty comes from. It clearly runs in the family.
A new trend by Kenyans on Twitter will crack open your ribs with laughter.
The trend was started by @droid254 who thought it would be funny to see reactions from Kenyans after they randomly get texted, “You are my girlfriend now.”
Many men took up the challenge and told the women they were crushing on or hoped to have relationships with, “You are my girlfriend now.”
How would you react to that?
Well, here are some of the hilarious responses that will crack you up.
The nature and ethics of ‘fake news’ has become a subject of widespread concern.
But, for many of us, the issue is much more personal: What are we to do when a cranky uncle or an otherwise pleasant old friend persists in populating our news feeds with a stream of posts that can run deeply contrary to our own values?
One option is to unfriend people who share material that conflicts with our values.
But a siloed environment where people self-select into echo chambers could also be worrisome.
As a researcher working on the ethics of social technologies, I start with what might seem like an unlikely source: Aristotle.
Classical Greece may bear little resemblance to today’s world of smartphones and social media.
But Aristotle was no stranger to the struggle to build and maintain social connections in a contentious political climate.
The first issue is what should real friendships look like.
Aristotle argues that a ‘perfect friendship is the friendship of men who are good, and alike in virtue.’
On the face of it, it would appear then that friendships are essentially about similarities, arising where like-minded people group together.
This could be a problem, if you thought that a good friendship involved respecting difference.
It would also be a reason for people to unfriend those who disagreed with us politically.
But Aristotle doesn’t say friends should be ‘alike.’
What he says is that best friends can be different and yet share good lives together so long as each is virtuous in his or her own way.
In other words, the only similarity necessary is that they both be virtuous.
By ‘virtuous,’ he means the features of excellent people, those character traits like courage and kindness that help individuals be good to others, their own selves and live good lives.
Such traits help people flourish as rational, social animals.
Again, if you thought that these characteristics looked the same for every individual, you might worry that this still means that friends should be very similar.
But that is not what he says about the nature of virtue.
A virtuous character trait, he says, consists of having the right amount of common human disposition – not too much and not too little.
Courage, for example, is the middle ground between an excess and a deficit of fear.
Too much fear would keep people from defending what they valued, while too little would make them vulnerable to unnecessary injury.
But what counts as the middle ground is relative to the individual, not an absolute.
Consider how what counts as the right amount of food is different for an accomplished athlete than a novice.
Likewise for courage and other virtues.
What counts as the right amount of fear depends on what needs defending, and what resources are available for defense.
So courage can look very different for different people, in different contexts. In other words, each individual could have his or her own moral style.
This seems to leave room for appreciating friends’ differences on social media.
It should also give individuals reason to be cautious in exercising the ‘unfriend’ option.
For Aristotle, shared lives are key to explaining both why friendship matters to us and why good character matters to friendship. Friends, he says,
… do and share in those things which give them the sense of living together.
Thus the friendship of bad men turns out an evil thing (for because of their instability they unite in bad pursuits, and besides they become evil by becoming like each other), while the friendship of good men is good, being augmented by their companionship…
For Aristotle, virtues are by definition those traits that help you to flourish as a rational, social animal.
Being your best self helps you to live a good life.
The opposite, he says, is true of vices.
What he means by a vice is the wrong amount of a characteristic: for example, too much fear or too little concern for others. Vices can make people’s lives worse overall, even if more enjoyable in the short term.
The coward cannot stand up for what she values and so harms herself and not just those she ought to protect.
The selfish person makes himself incapable of close friendship and deprives himself of an important human good.
Difference isn’t bad, and can even enrich our lives.
But having vicious people as friends make us worse off, both because we care about them and want them to live well and because of their influence on us.
How can we use Facebook wisely and well?
What I take from this is that we ought not to think that friends’ differences, political or otherwise, pose a problem for friendship.
But at the same time, character matters. Repeated interactions, even on social media, can shape our character over time.
So, in considering the question, should you disconnect from that Facebook ‘friend,’ the short but unsatisfying answer is, ‘It depends.’
Facebook connects people, but it imposes both physical and psychological distance.
One could argue that this makes it easier both to share our thoughts (even those that many wouldn’t air in person) and to disconnect from others, even when social pressures might make it harder to do so when face to face.
Figuring out when to exercise these different abilities could require individuals to exercise the virtues.
But as I have explained, they do not give anyone a uniform guide to action. What counts as a virtue depends on the details of the circumstance.
Landmarks for navigating
Several factors look relevant. Social media makes people happier when they use it to interact rather than passively observe.
Diverse connections and conversations can enrich people’s lives.
On Facebook, we have an opportunity to experience ‘ideologically diverse news and opinions.’
How should you negotiate Facebook?
Sure, sometimes unfriending an obnoxious co-worker or relative helps keep the peace… but this can be cowardly. And sometimes arguing with someone online just reinforces our own belligerence, making us worse in the long run. What we want to do is have good conversations that strengthen good connections.
But here, too, we need to remain sensitive to details of context.
Some conversations are better had at a distance and others face to face.
In the end, some reasons to connect or disconnect are rooted in concerns about our own character, and some revolve around others’ characters.
We have reason to foster a courageous and compassionate willingness to consider others’ worldviews and to be mindful of our own tendency to vilify posts (and people) because we disagree with them.
But we also want our friends to be good people.
What we need to remember is that the devil is in the details.
I think the reason we grapple with this issue is that it resists easy or uniform answers.
But using the tools Aristotle provided to reflect on where we want to end up, we can find ways to connect that make us better off, both singly and together.
Matt Lauer’s wife, Annette Roque, feared the disgraced newsman would cheat on her even before they were wed nearly 20 years ago.
‘He was a player when she met him and she knew that,’ a source who worked with Lauer told People Magazine on Thursday. ‘Even many years ago, he was a flirt, a philanderer. He did his thing.’
Despite her reservations, the former Dutch model married Lauer in 1998 after they met on a blind date.
But the union apparently suffered as Roque struggled to reconcile with Lauer’s growing ‘ladies man’ reputation around 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
Lauer was fired from NBC juggernaut The Today Show less than two weeks ago after network executives received a ‘detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior.’
‘By Matt’s own admission there were struggles and challenges with his wife,’ the source said. ‘Like many couples, they struggled with a modern marriage.’
A second source claimed that their marriage was ‘never good’ to begin with and nearly hit a breaking point more than a decade ago.
In 2006, Roque filed for divorce claiming that Lauer exhibited ‘cruel and inhumane’ acts against her, according to court documents.
Roque, 51, also accused Laure of demonstrating ‘extreme anger and hostility’ that endangered her mental and physical wellbeing.
The couple, however, apparently reconciled their difference, with Roque withdrawing the legal action three weeks later.
But the relationship never regained its original luster, with the source saying the two ‘lived totally separate lives.’
Lauer was ‘essentially living as a single guy’ in Manhattan, said the source, while Roque stayed in the Hamptons along with their three children.
Despite the distance and strain ties between the couple, Lauer was ‘solid father’ who adored his children.
Lauer, 59, has also been accused by a number of anonymous NBC staffers of sexual misconduct and assault in reports published by Variety and The New York Times.
A day after his firing, Lauer broke his silence and had a statement read live on-air through his former Today Show co-hosts on November 30.
‘There are no words to express my sorrow and regret for the pain I have caused others by words and actions,’ he said.
‘To the people I have hurt, I am truly sorry. As I am writing this, I realize the depth of the damage and disappointment I have left behind at home and at NBC.’
‘Some of what is being said about me is untrue or mischaracterized, but there is enough truth in these stories to make me feel embarrassed and ashamed. I regret that my shame is now shared by the people I cherish dearly,’ he continued.
‘Repairing the damage will take a lot of time and soul searching, and I’m committed to beginning that effort. It is now my full time job. The last two days have forced me to take a very hard look at my own troubling flaws. It’s been humbling. I am blessed to be surrounded by people I love. I thank them for their patience and grace.’
The source told People that Lauer is struggling to cope with the fallout from the scandal, describing him as ‘weak and broken and ashamed by his own admission.’
‘He is my friend. He is human, and he is flawed. But is he going to use his power to be a predator on women? Until I see solid evidence of that, I just can’t believe it. We don’t know the details,’ the source added.
Legendary Jamaican star Glen Washington is in town for a concert this Jamhuri day.
The Jamaican star made a courtesy call to the Nairobi Senator, Johnson Sakaja’s office today.
They had a late breakfast then hang out listening to some Glen Washington hits like Stranger In The Night, Sweet Jamaica, Kindness For Weakness and If Loving You Is Wrong.
Sakaja then got out his guitar and strummed at it, during this jam session.
The mheshimiwa showed the visiting star that there is more to him than just a youthful politician.
Sakaja developed an interest in rapping and wrote up several songs but never followed through to record and release the songs. He however worked with a gospel musical group called Mission Driven.
Watch the video of Sakaja, Glen and Nikkei Camera jamming together.
Here is how their courtesy call went…
Here are some photos of the Jamaican stars with the Nairobi Senator.