P unit and Willis Raburu beg Kenyans not to donate to famine fund

Music trio P unit and Citizen TV news anchor Willis Raburu have urged Kenyans not to donate any funds for of hunger-stricken counties.

According to the three guys, Kenyan government has been ignoring citizens in all kind of manner and shouldn’t ask for donations from them.

“Hii gov yetu imetuzoea sana .Hawatupei kazi na bado wanataka mchango. I am totally opposed to any Kenyan straining his or her pocket further to throw some cash to M-Changa or Paybill account to feed Kenyans starving in Turkana, I wish to incite the readers of this post to desist from doing so. 

“Somebody make me understand how such a rich county could experience death as a result of drought, yesterday I said drought is not an accident, It is not an abrupt happening like the typhoons, it is foreseeable. Allow me to repeat the same. It is not the first time Turkana is experiencing drought.

“What were these allocations for? To pay employees? To take elites to devolution conference? To buy leaders choppers? Let Turkana residents go arrest their leaders and demand the money we all donated to them as a country. We got no other cash to contribute via M-Changa or M-Pesa, they can either choose to act or choose to die, he said. 


Gabu’s P-Unit counterpart Frasha also came out to support saying:

“I say no to paybill number” campaign. Part of his comment on Gabu’s post reads: “Change shall not come from IG and what’s app groups it’s high time the youth realized they are the majority and they have the power to change this country. How can we be talking of drought in the 21st century yet countries which are deserts give us relief food.”

Willis Raburu also tweeted bashing governors saying that they are never concerned about their people.

P unit Nyinyi Aki!! Vera Sidika reveals how fame made her a school dropout 

Socialite Vera Sidika didn’t finish university because of fame.

Speaking during an interview on Radio Jambo with Massawe Japanni, Vera said that she was not able to complete her education at the university after fame started heading her way.

“Umefikiwa wapi katika Masomo yako?” asked Japanni.

“Nimefikia University, nilifanya fine art na ilikuwa nimalizie na Interior design but I didn’t finish because mambo ya fame yalikuja yakaniteka. You can say am a drop out but that sounds hash. Mambo ya mitandao ikabidii memedrop out”. she answered. 


Vera became really famous after appearing in P-units hit You Guy back in 2012 while she was still campus.

Since then she has appeared in several music videos and TV series that changed her career.


P-unit explain their ‘break up’ and why they took time apart

Popular trio P unit for a while now have been away from your radios social gathering( as a group). Rumors that the group has broken up have topping headlines for months but after they released their new song “Chocha”, fans calmed downed and maybe started believing the crew is still tight.

Frasha, Bon Eye and Gabu have now come out to share why took the long breaking insisting that they had a few pending issues they needed to take care of.

Members need to grow

“Some of us have been taking care of our families and also learning. We are better than we were and we have more content. We did not break up as a group but instead, we decided to take a break from the industry. This has helped each member of P-Unit to grow and also get new ideas that we are now going to instill in our future work,” they told the Star. 

“It is a good break to be away and learn what is lacking in the industry. The song is to educate people to go back to our morals and stop bragging so much on social media. Besides working together, we have been friends since class five, and even now with families, we are unbreakable friends.”


“The main challenge a group such as ours face is when one member of the group misbehaves out there, and the whole group carry the whole mess. Also, sometimes some members want to outshine the rest of the members in the group, especially when the money starts coming in.”