President Uhuru Kenyatta decided to join his handshake partner Raila Odinga at the UB40 Reggae night experience. The Reggae night was quite exclusive since the two leaders danced to all tunes played.
A new song from the late Lucky Dube has found tunes to BBI rallies. The rallies are expected to educate the common mwananchi on the BBI document. Now the Nobody Can Stop reggae tune is the order of the day.
The tune seems to be a new sensational song sent to the camp of the BBI skeptics . The song simply focuses on ensuring the public are sensitized on the new political wave. The politicians have embraced the song even in their chambers.
With the new political song in place, a new political move seems to be in formation. A new alignment seems to be birthed. This could see the country move to another political wave of referendum.
Nobody can stop reggae was also heard in the corridors of the senate. The reggae song landed on Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu. He was ousted after he failed to play reggae in the corridors of Kiambu.
The song has also been embraced by many in the country. Could this be another, “Yote Yawezekana bila Moi slang,” of 2002 or even Mambo Yanabadilika wave of 2013. A point to reckon on is songs portray a new move.
The Kenyan reggae fans were able to see the head of state and the former premier on their dancing shoes. Their shoes are all crumbling for peace in the country and nobody will stop their raggea in a moment.
The locusts waves have overwhelmed the country but reggae has to continue. Reggae in the bathroom, reggae in the streets or even reggae in the government, somebody has to sing to the new tune.
Will the reggae tune alleviate you from poverty and unemployment? Will it bring a transition in your generation? Time will tell as reggae is here to stay.