Jaguar refuses to help failed and ailing Kenyan celebrities Magix Enga and Mwana Mtule

Charles Njagua, often known as Jaguar, gave an explanation of why he turned down Magix Enga’s and Mwana Mtule’s request for assistance in a recently popular video.

This occurred a few days after online users accused Mike Sonko of forsaking Conjestina Achieng on her rehabilitation journey, despite his pledge to fund her.

The affluent leader claimed that providing assistance wasn’t the issue, but rather the recipient—if they refuse assistance, there is nothing more you can do for them.

“Tuna saidia watu wengi lakini hatupost na nimeona kwa hii dunia kuna mtu unaeza saidia na kuna mtu huwezi”

The politician turned musician said that, although unsuccessful, he had attempted to assist Congestina prior to Mike Sonko’s efforts.

“Unachukua mtu kama mwnyewe hajaamua, unampeleka rehab nz bado anarudi kufanya zile vitendo.”

Jaguar stated he’s not willing to go through that with someone who doesn’t want to be genuinely helped, criticizing the practice of aiding individuals who don’t want help.

The politician continued by detailing his father’s addiction and how, despite their best efforts, they were unable to help him and he ultimately refused assistance since it was being pushed upon him.

“Ni akili ya mtu na nia inafanya mtu abadilike..” 

Jaguar discloses that he was asked by Tuva to assist Magix Enga, but he turned him down because the artist wasn’t ready for assistance and he would only assist him if the artist showed that he was sincere in wanting assistance.

“Juzi tuva ameniita twende kukamsaidie magix, lakini mimi hutaniona hapo siwezi….kwa hivyo mimi nilisema siwezi mopaka ile siku nitaona magic mwenyewe anataka kubadirika.”

The MP extended his gratitude to everyone who assisted Alpha Mteule, but he declared that he was unwilling to assist someone who lacked entitlement or the will to be assisted.

“Ukisaidia mtu ni kwanza aonyeshe nia ya kusaidika,”

Alpha Mwana Mtule returns with new sizzling jam titled ‘Tufanyeje’ (Video)

Fast-rising gospel star Alpha Mwana Mtule is back with a new sizzling jam and we are really feeling it ladies and gentlemen.

Also read: Alpha Mwana Mtule, former street kid who is touching lives through music and comedy

The song titled Tufanyeje, which is Swahili for ‘What do we do’ has gotten good reception since it came out a few hours ago and it’s not hard to understand why – it is so infectious.

Mwana Mtule

This song talk about the huge disparity between the rich and the poor i.e the haves and the have nots. While one party has things in excess, the other don’t even know where their next meal will come from.

As such, Mwana Mtule is asking God what to do because the situation really pains him. He is basically calling on God to give the less fortunate a direction in Tufanyeje and maybe it will serve as an eye-opener to those who have things in excess.

Other than the powerful message in this joint, one of the things that will make you listen to it over and over is of course Mwana Mtule’s melodic voice. This guy can really sing and as you listen to him you get to connect with his emotions.

Mwana Mtule

The instrumentation on Tufanyeje is so on point and the best thing about it is that it blends so well with Mwana Mtule’s voice. Big up to the South African producer Mr Pyano and to Alka Productions for the dope mixing and mastering.

Of course, we also have to talk about the video. I mean, how can we not? I love it and I am sure you will too. It stirs up emotions and makes you realize how bad things are. It’s also crisp, has flawless scene transitioning and dope shots.

Watch Tufanyeje below and tell us what you think.


ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Alpha Mwana Mtule, former street kid who is touching lives through music and comedy

There is a saying that goes like, start where you are, use what you have and do what you can and if you ask me, no one embodies this better than a fast-rising gospel singer by the name Alpha Mwana Mtule.

You see, this chap was brought up by a his step family and he had to drop out when he was in class 5 due to financial reasons.

Alpha Mwana Mtule
Alpha Mwana Mtule

One thing led to another and he found himself on the streets but as fate would have it, God held his hand and saw him through that difficult period.

In 2010, he developed interest in music and he met some people who helped him achieve the dream of becoming an artist.

Mwana Mtule has released a couple of tracks so far and they include; Safari, Kila Siku, Masaa, Uko Juu, Baba Washukishe just to name a few.

He also worked with Size 8 Reborn on a jam titled Kujeni Twende and I kid you not, it’s one of the best  Kenyan gospel songs out there.

Just recently, he released another song known as Tunapendana and it’s really dope ladies and gentlemen.

The song was produced by Mr Giovix, recorded mixed and mastered at Alka production studios. It was directed by Adam Eston of Royal State Pictures and I have had it on repeat since it came out.

The instrumentation is so dope and to add to that it blends well with Mwana Mtule’s voice. You should listen to it if you are yet to. The video is also crisp and has flawless scene transitioning.

Other than music, Mwana Mtule is also a good comedian. If you are an avid internet user I am sure you have seen his videos, if you haven’t go to his Instagram page and check them out! You won’t regret.

Size 8’s latest release ‘Kujeni Twende’ is totally worth your time (Video)

Gospel songstress Linet Munyali, alias Size 8, is back with a new song and I’m are really feeling it. If you ask me, I’ll tell you that it’s totally worth your time.

She has featured upcoming gospel singer Alpha Mwana Mtule in the song dubbed Kujeni Twende which loosely translates to “come, let’s go.”

Alpha Mwana Mtule
Alpha Mwana Mtule

The song asks human beings to turn to Christ for it is in him that they will find happiness and comfort.

The song’s chorus is very simple and easy to remember. It goes like, “Kujeni twende Twende kwa Mola tukae naye Kujeni twende Twende kwa Mola tuseme naye.

Apart from the good lyrical flow, I was also impressed by the Lingala-infused beat. Chances are, you’ll stand up to dance while listening to this song.

Size 8
Size 8

The song was produced by Bern and directed by the super-talented Sammy Dee of True D. Put simply, the video is also impressive.

Size 8 has been doing exceptionally well since she got saved and crossed over to the gospel industry. Initially, most people thought it was a bluff but she has stood the test of time.

Also read: Kenyan gospel musicians who rarely write their songs and what it means

What I love most about her is her versatility.  She makes music that appeals to different audiences or generations. If you are keen you’ll notice how her songs are different.

Take for instance Tam Tam, which she did with Willy Paul, and Send Forth. The former leans on the the praise side while the latter is more of a worship song.

In the same way, her latest single dubbed Kujeni Twende is different. It’s a praise song with a fire Lingala beat.

Perhaps, she relevant to this very date because of her versatility.

Watch Kujeni Twende below and tell us what you think.