Popular musician Kennedy Ombima alias King Kaka on Tuesday morning left journalists baffled when he dramatically opted out of live TV coverage while at the DCI headquarters.
Upon reaching the DCI offices in Kiambu, King Kaka was received by a multitude of journalists who sought to question him over his tribulations.
The unflinching artiste would reiterate the lyrics in the controversial song, further claiming that all Kenyans were “stupid” and that they should be wiser.
He would leave members of the press hanging with follow-up questions to join a battalion of supporters and lawyers who had accompanied him to the DCI headquarters.
I have played my part as a Kenyan and as a creative- King Kaka #WaiguruSuesKingKaka pic.twitter.com/sVB88fCgUH
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King Kaka had presented himself to the intelligence headquarters after having been allegedly called by a DCI officer over his controversial Wajinga Nyinyi song.
The musician would inform journalists that his Manager Mr Dennis Njenga was called at around 10:41 by a man identified as Callen Mongina Onyancha who informed him King Kaka should report to the DCI headquarters with immediate effect.
Officers at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations would direct King Kaka to make a formal complaint at the Muthaiga Police Station.
DCI denied having summoned the musician over the contents of his song that have rubbed a clique of politicians the wrong way.
Monday, December 16, Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru made a formal complaint to King Kaka to pull down the song from all social media platforms including YouTube.
The musician is yet to pull down the song even after Waiguru’s lawyers threatened to initiate a legal battle should he fail to comply.