prioritizing money over the gospel. A section of churches labelled Githae a divisive figure whose song did not bring out the values of the institution.
“I strongly believe that Kenya is a democratic state and everyone is entitled to support who they want.
"I see no reason for anyone to seek to crucify me for openly voicing my opinion on my preferred candidates,” he said. Interestingly, this is not the first time the artiste has expressed support for President Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto.
In 2011, when the duo were facing charges at the International Criminal Court, Githae used his hit song ‘Mabataro Makwa’, to show solidarity with UhuRuto.
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