Flamboyant city lawyer Donald Kipkorir has taken a surprise move to throw his weight behind Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru just hours after complaining about lyrics of Wajinga Nyinyi song.
The controversial song written by Kennedy Ombima alias King Kaka has since attracted mixed reactions, with a majority in support while another taking offence with it.
In his Tuesday evening Tweet, Lawyer Kipkorir questioned the credibility of Mr Ombima of the famous ‘Kaka Empire’ calling it a kiosk business.
He would also state that the musician may have managed to deceive a few Kenyans from the song’s lyrics that lament rampant and runaway corruption in the country.
Let the record show that I stand with Anne Waiguru … I can’t be excited by one who calls himself “King” & calls his kiosk business “”Empire” … I know mental issues abound but we are all not mad …. He may mislead few, but Kenya is not the town of Hamelin .. #WaiguruAshasema
— Donald B Kipkorir (@DonaldBKipkorir) December 17, 2019
This comes hot on the heels of a letter from Governor Waiguru demanding that King Kaka pulls down the song from all his social media platforms including his Youtube channel.
The song which has garnered more than 1.5 million views on YouTube has formed the basis of an extended Twitter debate that spilt over from the weekend.
Tuesday morning, King Kaka presented himself at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters after sensationally claiming he had been summoned.
His trip to the intelligence centre was, however, cut short after officers there denied ever summoning him.
He would later proceed to Muthaiga police station from where he is said to have recorded a statement concerning the details of the person behind his controversial tour to the DCI headquarters.