Kenyan Artiste Majirani’s heartbreaking experience in jail leaves him in tears

Hivo ndo Kunaendaga star Majirani has been on the low for a while but he finally spoke up about his life in Prison and what he went through in an interview with Classic 105.

Speaking about it he says

It wasn’t a good experience and I would not wish prison on anyone. Even lice in prison is considered government and you are not supposed to even touch it.

Prison teaches you many things for instance, you need to respect people.

It also hardened me, making me realize that people are suffering while locked up there. So when you get that freedom it is more priceless than money and everything else

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When asked about the hardest time he had in prison he was hesitant before narrating how he was almost sodomized.

He says

I was attacked while still in prison by a group of homos3xuals and it was the hardest thing I had to go through while in there.

However I thank God that it did not happen. 

However I had to fight them and that led to an extension of my time in prison for I could not afford the cash bond that had been set of about sh. 200,000.


Majirani is known for his famous collaboration song with Kenrazy named “Hivo ndo kunaendaga” but fell out with record label leading to a break in his music career for 3 years until 2019.

Meanwhile during that break he was able to give back to the community by opening a football club that ensures growth of talent from the youth.

I came up with the idea of starting a football club to help curb tribalism in our area which is in Eldoret.

We brought young people to play football every evening to play and as they went home tired, they wouldn’t fall into vices including stealing and also to being union among the people to curb tribalism.



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