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Kakamega musician opens up on Azimio’s performance, without payment – Nairobi News


A musician who excited a busy political rally graced by dozens of politicians, including presidential rally Raila Odinga, explained how he left the hall empty-handed.

In an interview with a local radio station, Emmanuel Musindi, known for his Leero nor Leero (the day has arrived) however says he enjoyed interacting with the gigantic crowd and was delighted to have played twice at the same event.

“Despite a fight between me and the jokers of the record during the event, who humiliated me and could not listen to my plea, I had the opportunity to welcome ‘Baba (Raila Odinga)’ a once it has happened. Subsequently, the party leader Azimio la Umoja asked me to perform the song again before his speech, which made me very excited, ”he says.

Having received the invitation to perform from ODM communications director Phil Etale, a happy Musindi prepared himself adequately in advance.

However, the Leero The hitman confirms that it was only Elsie Muhanda, the county women’s representative, who brought him home.

“To date, I have not received any other form of appreciation as gratitude for my performance,” he added.

During the rally, Raila Odinga was supported by the elders of Luhya for the presidency of a function organized by the general secretary of COTU, Francis Atwoli.

The function brought together various governors from different counties in Kenya.

Kakamega County Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, Kisii Governor James Ongwae, Charity Ngilu (Kitui), Cornel Rasanga (Siaya), Wilber Ottichilo (Vihiga), Sospeter Ojaamong ‘(Busia) and Professor Anyang’ Nyongo ‘( Kisumu) were present.