True to form they did exactly that, the latest example being the Wasafi Festival on New Year’s Eve.
PHOTO| FILE Harmonize: I meant not to disparage Kenyans says Bongo flava star Harmonize has come clean on what he meant when he said Kenyans are poor during his performance at the Wasafi Festival.
When I attended the Nairobi edition of Wasafi Festival where Amina and MC Tricky were the hosts, I noticed one thing.
Harmonize, who was part of the artists performing in the country during the Wasafi Festival had a bittersweet performance as sections of Kenyan fans booed him over his comments a month earlier.
The manager was conspicuously missing during the Wasafi Festival held at Uhuru Gardens last Monday, during a concert in which Harmonize angered fans when he called Kenyans poor and went on to disrespectfully throw the Kenyan flag to the ground.
Jamaica's finest reggae group, Morgan Heritage were recently in the country for the Wasafi Festival Nairobi edition held at the Uhuru Gardens on Monday, December 31.
One pointer that all was not well in Wasafi was the fact that Mr Puaz, was conspicuously absent from the Wasafi Festival held at Uhuru Gardens on Monday, December 31.
Nairobi ladies on Monday, December 31, showed Tanzanian singer Lavalava the real meaning of ''Mafisilet'' after going loose on him during his performance at the just concluded Wasafi Festival, Nairobi Edition.
- Needy children in Dagoretti were treated to a lovely surprise on New Years Eve - Nairobi businesswoman and philathropist Agnes Kagure brought along singer Diamond and Morgan Heritage crew - Diamond and his Wasafi team were in the country to complete their Wasafi Festival tour - Kagure was once in line to be appointed as Nairobi county deputy governor following resignation of Polycarp Igathe Top Business Executive and philanthropist Agnes Kagure Kariuki surprised the needy children at Feed the Children Center in Dagoretti Nairobi County by delighting them with a surprise visit from some big names.
Members of the public are entertained at the Wasafi Festival at Uhuru Gardens in Nairobi, during celebrations to mark the new year, January 1, 2019.