Popular Tano Tena hit maker, Ben Githae has come out to defend President Uhuru’s progressive Report.
Githae during an interview with Citizen Radio said that Kenyans will miss Uhuru once he retires from politics.
“Sometimes, someone is missed after vacating their office. Uhuru will also be praised one day after his term. Kenyans are used to complain about almost everything,” Githae stated.
“Kenyans should be patient. I’m sure his (Uhuru’s) work will be appreciated after he is out of government,” Githae said.
Notably, the musician has been on the receiving end after Kenyans blamed him for brainwashing them to support Uhuru’s governance through his Tano Tena song.
However, he defended himself saying that he was only working and and got paid for the song.
He went on ahead to tell Kenyans to never miss on an opportunity saying that great deals only come once and should never be missed.