Let’s legalize marijuana in Kenya- Morgan Heritage

Jamaican singers Gramps and Peter Morgan who are part of the popular reggae group Morgan Heritage, have urged the government to legalize weed because it has no side effects.

Speaking in an interview with Milele FM, Heritage urged Kenyans to just give it time and government will legalise marijuana.

”Marijuana does different things to different people. I understand the medical aspect, so we put that above all things. It is just a matter of time, and they should be allowing it for medicinal purposes. It has actually been proven it has more benefits than harm” Peter Morgan said. 


The group becomes the latest to campaign for the drug after several other figures publicly urged the government to legalize it. Octopizzo and MP Ken Okoth are among those who have been in the front line fighting for the drug.

Jamaican musicians Morgan Heritage surprise Kenyans by asking them to get Huduma number

While some Kenyans have vowed they’ll not sign up for a Huduma number, it seems some foreigners are ready to go and registers.

Kenyans were recently surprised by an unexpected message from Grammy-winning reggae group Morgan Heritage, who urged Kenyans to go and register for controversial Huduma number.

The group, which moved to Kenya and even promised to buy land around Naivasha a few months ago, said the number has it’s own purpose.

The group has stayed in Kenya for several years now and many wanted to know whether they register for the number.

“If I will be allowed to register for I will definitely do it,” Mojo, one of the members, said during the launch of Tomorrow Leaders Festival.

“Back home, your name does not mean anything because we may find ten people in a city with the exact name living and was born in the same city as yours. A number called social security number is what identifies you as a citizen.”

Beautiful country

Peter asked Kenyans not to be afraid of the number saying the government is trying to make things better since Kenya is a very beautiful country.

“We consider Kenya as one of the warmest places in the world that we would want to live in. Mojo has not left ken ya since December last year and the fruit of what he has been doing here on behalf of the Morgan heritage foundation is the concert,” he said.

Nobody can stop reggae! Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata names son after Morgan Heritage

What has reggae music made you do lately?

For Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata, his love for reggae made him name his son after legendary Jamaican reggae group Morgan Heritage.

Speaking to Word Is, the Senator shared that he grew up listening to reggae music and even became a DJ. That’s how many people came to know him.

“I named my second child Euna Morgan. While in university I was suspended after opposing the parallel degree programme. I became a DJ just to keep me going while out of school. I used to be called DJ Nyutu in Murang’a for two years,” he said in the interview. 

The senator added that he fell in love with reggae because of the teaching and real-life issues in the songs.

“How Comes’ is one of Morgan Heritage’s songs that really inspire people because they are highlighting challenges people go through in life. Why the youth in the ghetto don’t get the education like those in urban areas,” he says.

“I love most of their songs because they touch a lot about family. I sing it to my wife just to encourage her because I am busy with politics, I still have to create time for my family. I love reggae but I think I love Morgan Heritage’s songs more because of the message they have.”

The senator last year solemnised his marriage to Mary Wambui in a simple wedding that was graced by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Naiboi lands collabo with Morgan Heritage after impressing during Diamond’s show

Singer Naiboi has enjoyed 2018 which has seen him grow in leaps and bounds and it seems his 2019 will be even better.

Formerly known as Rapdamu, Naiboi had some really good news for his fans in 2019, sharing that he’ll be working with Jamaican reggae group Morgan Heritage.


According to the ‘2 in 1’ hitmaker, Morgan Heritage reached out to him after being wowed by his December 31st performance at Diamond Platnumz’ final edition of Wasafi Festival that took place at Uhuru Gardens.

“Getting a call from my brothers and telling me I caught their attention at the show and that they had to meet me, they love what I do and believe in what I stand for is just way beyond my imagination given that am a huge fan! @grampsmorgan gave me so much insight and advice from a global perspective that really opened up my thinking ??.” Naiboi posted on Instagram. 

Also Gramps Morgan also took to his Instagram to big up Naiboi confirming that the two are working on a hit.