Spoken-word master and rapper King Kaka is known for his prowess in letting out what is in his heart through music.
The artist has taken a new twist in music by releasing a new song, on the current difficult situation in the country.
The Wajinga Nyinyi song shared today, 14th November, has spared no one in the Kaka’s art that has become as favourite of many Kenyans.
The artist has questioned the Kenyan system that lets corrupt people get to high office.
He singled out Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru who was elected in 2017, despite queries over the millions stolen from the National Youth Service (NYS), under her watch as the Devolution Cabinet Secretary.
“Ati Waiguru ako kwa office na story ya NYS tulisha sahau, biro moja alibuy 8 thaou biro tunanaunuanga mbao. (Waiguru is in office and we have forgotten about NYS, remember she bought a pen a Ksh8,000 something we buy at 20 bob),” the song tells.
The song also criticises President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration as one that has created more problems for Kenyans through high unemployment, rampant public sector corruption and mismanagement.
“Swali ni stadium ziko wapi, ile manifesto uliniwahi iko wapi. Hata kama tuko na Kenyatta I strongly feel hatujapata Uhuru. (The question is, where are the stadiums you promised? Where is the manifesto you gave us),” the rapper says.
Nyali MP Mohamed Ali aka Moha Jicho Pevu, a former TV journalist who came into the national limelight through epic investigative stories that exposed the government, was not spared.
“Moha amefunga jicho, jicho pevu imekuwa kipofu. (Jicho Pevu is in Parliament but he can not expose any rot),” the song describes the former KTN presenter.
Others who have been served a bitter pill by Kaka, include Chief Justice David Maraga, the Interior ministry for allegedly duping Kenyans on Huduma Namba, woman representatives and almost the whole government system