SK Macharia Bans Popular Musician From RMS Stations After Releasing Anti-Raila Song


Popular Kikuyu secular musician Kimani wa Turacco now claims all TV and radio stations under Royal Media Services (RMS) have been instructed not to play his songs.

In a Facebook post, the artist stated RMS boss S.K Macharia has banned him after releasing a song against ODM leader Raila Odinga’s 2022 presidential ambition.

“This old man has ordered his stations not to play my songs henceforth because I am against Raila. What will we do now?” posted the musician who is also known as Big Kim.

The outspoken artist recently released a song dubbed ‘Raila Haiwezekani’ in which he urges Mt Kenya residents not to be “misled” to back the ODM boss in his bid to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta.

He states that for decades Kikuyu elders have been warning their community to avoid working with members of the Luo community.

Kimani wonders why Kikuyus were now being pushed to support Raila who his ‘brother’ Uhuru used to refer to as a mad man before their Handshake.

Before he started fighting Raila, the musician recorded the song “Hakuna Deni, Kitaeleweka” in which he said Kikuyus have no political debt for Deputy President William Ruto for having supported Uhuru in 2013 and 2017.

He is also popular for hits such as Paloma, Ni Missaga, Muruthi Gukoma, Umbe Umbe, Goat Eating among others.

The ban means fans of Inooro TV and Inooro FM will no longer watch or listen to songs done by Kimani who is not only controversial but funny as well.

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