President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta donated Ksh 2 million to the family of the late Mighty Salim. This information was delivered by Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui. This stirred mixed reactions online with many seeing it as a hypocrite way. According to many, he should have donated the cash when Mighty Salim was still alive. However, many appreciated the president for his action.
Renown Kikuyu secular artist Muigai wa Njoroge declares his political side. Muiga Wa Njoroge was speaking at the funeral of the musician Mighty Salim. Mighty Salim was laid to rest at his home town Subukia. Muigai claimed that he will fight for artists many when he will become part of the incoming government in 2022. According to him, the government charges artists a tax of 60% on their skiza tunes loyalties. He went ahead to troll politicians who were present at the burial insisting they are the reason why artists don’t have money. Mugai also said that no single artist will die and leave his family suffering due to lack of money. Muigai will be siding current deputy president William Samoei Ruto, who will be viewing for presidency come 2022. Muigai is commonly known for his style of music that directly attacks politicians and the government at large
Kikuyu Mugithi legend mighty Salim is dead. This comes just one day after performing a show yesterday 23rd of January 2021 in remembrance of his late brother Slim Junior. Salim Junior died on the 23rd of January 2016 after a short illness. It is yet unclear the cause of his sudden death. His death was confirmed by his family although not much has been revealed. Mighty Salim was suffering from Kidney disease for a long time