Embattled hip-hop artiste Kennedy Ombima aka King Kaka fielded a strong team to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters along Kiambu road.
King Kaka was responding to an alleged summons by a man who has since been identified as Callen Mongina Onyancha to appear at the DCI headquarters.
While at the DCI headquarters, King Kaka was accompanied by dozens of celebrities who went to stand in solidarity with him.
Among the celebrities are
- Khaligraph Jones
- Janet Mbugua
- Eric Wainaina
- Wahu Kagwi
- Boniface Mwangi
- Ekuru Aukot
- Ahmednasir Abdulahi
- Nelson Havi
- Dennis Njenga
- Bravin Yuri
- Muigai wa Njoroge
- Poet Tear Drops
- MMS Advocates
The musician has been on the receiving end of criticism from a section of politicians who are perceived to have been adversely mentioned in the song.
Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru has since lodged complaints to compel King Kaka to pull down the song from all his social media platforms.
The adamant musician is yet to pull down the music despite Waiguru’s lawyers threatening dire legal consequences.
Flamboyant city lawyer Donald Kipkorir has sided with Governor Waiguru in dismissing King Kaka over the contents of the song.
The move by Kipkorir to dismiss King Kaka as a ‘nobody’ invited Gatundu MP Moses Kuria who differed with him his statement.