Muigai wa Njoroge

Cracks Emerge in UDA after Kikuyu Musicians Who Were Paid Money To Incite Kikuyu’s Against Uhuru and Betray Their Community Start Fighting Over Ruto’s Cash, Muigai Wa Njoroge Is a Dangerous Betrayer


A major rift has emerged in the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party after entertainers started accusing each other of theft.

Renowned Kigooco (praise) leader Ngaruiya Junior is no longer hiding his fury after it emerged that his senior in the industry, Muigai Wa Njoroge, has been “slicing the cake” belonging to entertainers in the party associated with Deputy President William Ruto.

Taking to his official Facebook account, Ngaruiya noted that Muigai has been withholding some of the entertainment money meant to be shared among artists only to divide a small portion leaving them with minimal amounts.

Muigai Wa Njoroge , you are a senior artist and you are supposed to mentor the young and the upcoming, but you have instead become their oppressor,” disgruntled Ngaruiya wrote.

“Whenever you are given their money, you always must withhold some. Whenever you’re assigned a task as a team, you must cause division to remain because you believe to be the senior-most,” Ngaruiya added.

Ngaruiya, who has been hyping Ruto’s events in the Mount Kenya region, further accused Muigai Wa Njoroge of forcing his dismissal from UDA despite diligently serving the party.

“You even went ahead to have my UDA Skiza Code deleted out of jealousy. Let me tell you that your God is the same God to the minority artists and you will drink from the same cup you made voiceless artists drink from,” he lamented.

The cracks in the party emerged days after Muigai Wa Njoroge released a song titled “Ciumburane” depicting that a revolution was due to allowing the son of a peasant to lead the country.

Muigai Wa Njoroge has been a major critic of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration since he got into a handshake pact with Azimio la Umoja Presidential candidate Raila Odinga.

Nairobi Today

Author: Alex

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