Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has on Monday threatened to take legal action against singer and rapper King Kaka.
Through her legal team, Governor Anne Waiguru has issued a demand letter seeking King Kaka to permanently pull down the song Wajinga Nyinyi and to offer an apology within 48 hours.
In the letter, the Governor quotes the lyrics in the song that said how she was accused of corruption but went ahead to serve as a public servant.
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He further quotes how the corruption scandal saw a pen worth Ksh 20 bought for Ksh 8,000.
The demand letter reminds the rapper that she was taken to court and cleared of all the wrong doings.
It further states that Waiguru has been a long serving national leader who has served the country in various capabilities thus the utterances are gross to her character.
Kennedy Ombina alias King Kaka has been warned will be sued if he fails to meet the demands within 48 hours and will be liable for the cost incurred.
Since the release of the song, Kenyans have had divided views with many supporting the rappern saying he was speaking the truth.
Others criticized the song saying he had mentioned people who have done a lot for the country over the years.