Rapper King Kaka says he is not going to apologize to Governor Waiguru after mentioning her in the “Wajinga Nyinyi” song. The controversial artist has ridiculed Anne Waiguru urging her to return NYS money before asking him to pull down a video that is aimed at bringing sanity into the country’s leadership.
“Manze watu wangu nimesikia minji anasema nimpigie magoti baada ya kusema ukweli ama nitakiona. Mjinga mimi nikimlamba. Akirudisha pesa ya NYS nitadelete io video lakini kama bado haitapatikana sibanduki na siogopi .Wajinga hao!” a defiant King Kaka stated.
The governor, in a December 15 letter from Kiragu Wathuta & Company Advocates to King Kaka, whose real name is Kennedy Ombima, gives him 48 hours to issue a full, unconditional admission of liability in writing.
“ … that you offer unequivocal unqualified and unreserved retraction as well as an apology to our client subject to review and approval,” states the letter, which warns the musician of a fresh suit for every redistribution of the song.
The governor will file the suit on Wednesday if King Kaka will not have fulfilled the demands by then.
Governor Waiguru says the remarks about her in the song are highly defamatory and depict her as extremely corrupt and having engaged in the theft of public funds at the National Youth Service (NYS), claims which she notes are false.