Kikuyu musician Muigai Wa Njoroge releases hit song criticising Uhuru and, dynasties
Kikuyu musician Muigai wa Njoroge has released a hit song criticising the Jubilee government led by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The song, “Ino Migunda” released on Monday afternoon shows scenes of women and children crying after they were evicted from the Kariobangi slums.
The bold and vocal musician who has previously released other controversial songs goes on to highlight problems that have befallen Kenya at the expense of ‘dynasties’.
Some of the scenes in the video are from the 2017 Jubilee campaigns where he says politicians spent millions but today cannot buy masks for Kenyans who cannot afford them.
Muigai goes further to emphasize that the end of the reign of dynasties is coming soon and it will be pay back time.
Terming them oppressors, Muigai says that there shall come a time when dynasties will be kicked out of their homes and all the way from Kabarak to Nyahururu the poor will rise up and divide land equally among themselves.
However the song takes a different twist when Muigai uses a photo of Deputy President Ruto showcasing him to be a son of a peasant who will more or less save Kenyans from the current oppression.