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Reuben Kigame: Gospel singer bars politicians from talking during his burial

Renowned Kenyan gospel singer Reuben Kigame ordered his family not to allow any politician or government representative to speak during his burial.

Kigame adamantly stated that the current crop of leadership has only brought frustrations to his life.

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“I wish to go public about something, and I want it marked well: if you One day hear musician Reuben Kagame is dead, do not allow any government representative or those from the so cold copyright societies to speak at my funeral service. What I have been through under them is enough,” he said

The singer has always been leading the fight to end corruption and poor leadership in the country.

The musician, in January 2021 admonished poor leadership in the country stating that he fears no death saying that is a profit to Christs’ believer.

Kigame has always vowed to use his singing talent to tell the truth and the truth only.

The musician also found fault with some clerics who he thought would rebuke the vices but failed due to being compromised by politicians.

“The church is so silent. We hoped influential clerics would talk, but they’ve been swallowed and do not talk. I have stood in the gap using my influence, my talents, scholarly ability to speak the truth,” said Kigame.

He said that he dislikes seeing the country fall in a bad state with immorality, greed and theft being normalized.

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Kigame urged the head of state president Uhuru Kenyatta to keep aside the referendum process and attend to urgent issues affecting the country.

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