Senator Sakaja praises Ethic, says he loves their new jam “Figa”

Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has joined hundreds of thousands of youths who support Ethic Entertainment.

Speaking in an interview on Radio Citizen the politician confessed that Ethic and Ochungulo Family are the new kids on the block who are proving to very talented.

“It’s (Figa) become a very popular song, the video was done very well. There are people who might debate the content, but I think it’s expression and it’s art and we must support our young artists,” said Sakaja.

Many people have said that Ethic’s songs lack content. Sakaja said that people who share such believes don’t understand the music because they are not in the target market.

“We have a classification, we have music that is appropriate for a particular age, so if you choose and that is your type of stuff then enjoy it.” he added. 


Sajaka urged Kenyans to continue supporting talent because it helps youth get employment. He said Ethic would have fallen into crime if they didn’t to music.

“These young guys were about to fall into crime if you know their story very well, but today they are earning a living, so young people should follow their example,” he added. 


Gidi Gidi unearths shocking documents belonging to Johnson Sakaja… Did he say he was Luhya?

Ethnicity plays a significant role in Kenyan politics; Jubilee candidate for Nairobi senatorial seat could have just lost the backing of Luhya community thanks to leaked documents.

VERY few Kenyans vote leaders based on competence and integrity, the voting pattern in the country is extensively influenced by ethnicity.

You should see the reactions of Kenyans when Radio Jambo’s Gidi Gidi shared confidential documents showing Johnson Sakaja’s Kalenjin surname ‘Koskei’.

Everybody thought Sakaja was Luhya until the dossier was dropped to claim otherwise; the leaked documents alleged to belong to Sakaja include a copy of his national identity card and copy of KRA pin checker.

The race for Nairobi Senatorial was well calculated to split Luhya votes between ODM’s Edwin Sifuna and Jubilee’s Johnson Sakaja. Now that Sakaja is allegedly not Luhya, will the voting pattern change?

See some of the reactions from Kenyans after the documents were leaked:

Emmanuel K Emmanu: Leo ndo unajua?

Cyprian Otieno: Thitima

Obudo Onyango: Wololo

Kevin Keen: Ahaa then anajifanya mluhyia tumpee Kura haoni kitu sifuna tibiim

Robert Yulemchelsea: Mabuka Sifuna ndani..kwani huyu ni mluhya waiganjo?

Oliver Okwaro: Kwani si mluhya???

William Kadenge: Si wetu ……tawee

Dorine C. O. Nyakundi: No Sabaot-Kale.

Ashiembi Wa Ndukwe: Asante sana Wakenya. Nyinyi ni noma kuliko FBI

Fredrick Amos Juma: Sakaja ni msabaot..

David Kisira: Kamata mwizi wa jina