Popular Gikuyu gospel artist Muigai Wa Njoroge ratchet photos have been leaked on Kenyan Twitter timelines and hell has broken loose.
The Controversial musician Muigai wa Njoroge was in the trends earlier this year after releasing a song that was alleged to have been sponsored by Deputy President in his latest hit ‘Tukunia‘, meaning Home-guards.
The same HOME Guards statement that brought trouble to activist Mutemi wa Kiama who was nabbed and detained before being released unconditionally.
Last month, He was amongst key leaders of the Gikuyu Cult-like organisation Gwata Ndai that were being sort for re-introducing the Mungiki( a group of youths who used to slit throats of their victims) mentality and education in Mt Kenya Region.
Muigai was alllegedly paid Ks5 Million in cash and other perks to jot and release the Gikuyu dialect song that was an artistic jab at the Kenyan Dynasties.
In the song, ‘Tukunia’ that was trending at number one on YouTube, Muigai took a hit at President Uhuru Kenyatta over the development of the former Central province.
He called out the President, claiming his followers’ hunger cannot allow them to listen to him.
“Dad, a hungry person has no ears to hear when you rant, the hunger that is in your home is unbearable. I’d rather tell you the truth, and because I have no idea what the sacks tell you, but things on the ground are different,” Muigai sang in the chorus.
Muigai then tells the President that dumping his deputy, William Ruto, was like aborting a seven-month pregnancy, which is risky and might result in the death of the mother.
“It is my opinion and it is clear that the President has forgotten the struggles they have had with William Ruto and everyone can see the division,” he said, adding that it would be easier to dump ODM leader Raila Odinga, comparing the handshake as a three-month pregnancy that was about to kill the mother.
Here are the photos of the popular musician admiring mother natures beauty of an unidentified female companion at a local joint.
The musician also informed the President that the cracks in the region might make him not have a home to go back to after retirement, advising him to take immediate action before things get out of hand.
His other political songs include ‘Mbari ya Kimendero‘ ( Family of Oppressors), in which he referred to the corrupt as dinosaurs.