John De' Mathew

‘Wasafi records of their time’ Maina says about departed John De’ Mathew

Maina Kageni and King’ang’i recently had some interesting tidbits about the late John De’ Mathew who died on Sunday.

Maina emotionally spoke about the late singer saying that he had led Kikuyu artistes in general.

‘Thanks for the music. You left a mark.’ the host remembered.

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He finished off with high praise saying that De Mathew was the Wasafi records of their time. Mr. Kageni also spoke about the recent theatrics by Neno Evangelical pastor James Ng’ang’a, saying,

I like James Ng’ang’a and his comedic value but I don’t understand how he could do this to the lady that he embarrassed. how does he do it and those guys keep on going to the church everyday? One day I will invite him onto Classic, we talk.

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Pastor-James-Ng’ang’a

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King’ang’i also enthused about the recent invasion of the Chinese where some of their citizens were also brewing the traditional alcoholic drink, chang’aa.

As reported by The Star, the two Chinese nationals were arrested with 800 litres of methanol and over 3,000 litres of chang’aa and busaa in Machakos.

The two, Wang Yalan and  Wang Haijian were arrested in there residence at  Green Park in Machakos. Detectives from  Machakos made the arrest after a tip-off from the public.

The two Chinese nationals arrested with 800 litres of methanol and over 3000 litres of changaa and busaa
The two Chinese nationals arrested with 800 litres of methanol and over 3000 litres of changaa and busaa

During the arrest, several sacks of sorghum, rice, drums of sorghum mixtures kept to Ferment and several huge water tanks.

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