Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru has on Friday changed his decision following the release of Wajinga Nyinyi by King Kaka.
Speaking four days after she demanded an apology and taking down of the song, Governor Waiguru has also termed the rapper as a confused attention seeking young man.
She went further to highlight some instances like attempted assassination plans and DCI summons that she said were all fake.
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“Having watched the antics of #kingkaka in the last couple of days with reports of fake assassination attempts and DCI summons, I recognize that he’s a confused attention seeking young man. I have therefore made the decision not to proceed with the Kingkaka suit.”
Waiguru finally accused fellow politicians of using talented youths to settle old scores something that she says she will contend with the master.
“It is unfortunate when talented youth are taken advantage of by some politicians and used to settle political scores. As I have chosen in previous occasions of this nature, I will contend with their master.”
Following the release of Wajinga Nyinyi, Kenyans were impressed by the message passed in the music saying that is exactly what leaders should be told.
On Monday 16th December, the Kirinyaga Governor cited her disagreement as her name was mentioned over alleged graft charges she had been charged with.
Through her lawyers, she wrote a demand letter to the rapper asking for an apology as she issued a 48 hour ultimatum to also bring down the video.
She threatened to take legal action against him failure to comply as the allegation mentioned by the rapper were tried before the court.
Several leaders took to social media to address the issue as many congratulated King Kaka for a song well composed.