After meeting Nairobi’s Governor Mike Sonko who promised to support their music by promising them half a million shillings worth of sponsorship, it looks like their no stopping for boy trio Mbogi Genje.
As Kenyan artistes yearn to close in on celebrity endorsements deals from corporates in bid to cover up on the losses incurred during the Covid – 19 shutdown, corporations are left with no option but to play by their tune.
Ka – Nairo Govan ani mjamo (Nairobi has only one Governor) was the catchy phrase that caught the attention of Nairobi’s Governor Mike Sonko who went ahead and sponsored their music.
Currently riding high with their hit releases, using the sheng wave, which is highly associated with youthful appeal, steadily creeping back to popularity, it is without a doubt that rap trio Mbogi Genje has revolutionised the language with their hood based hip-hop. Having their debut performances in different clubs since President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the ban of sale of alcohol, it looks like just the perfect time for them to rake where they had lost as they continue to rub shoulders with business executives.
Recently, in a social media post, the trio was seen hanging out with Dr Maxwell Okoth, C.E.O of RFH healthcare. Known to support talented acts, Dr Maxwell is no newbie to celebville having had his RFH healthcare facility endorsed by renowned personalities like Dj Mo and Size 8, Akothee, Owago Onyiro, Bahati and Diana.
In the post currently doing rounds on social media. the young magnate is seen with the artistes as they commend his facility with the now prevalent phrase ‘Ka- Nairo hosi ni jamo’ RFH Healthcare deciphered (there’s only one known health facility in Nairobi) RFH Healthcare has facilities spread across the city In Embakasi, Tala, Jacaranda and a specialist hospital in Ruai.