A video of a controversial politician Moses Nandalwe dishing out thousands of cash to popular artist Steve Kay has emerged.
The video, sent to Wakajuanes.Com by our reporter from Nairobi shows the self-proclaimed Mr Money Bag dressed in African garment dishing out notes of shillings to the singer as the artist drops them in a carton box amid cheers from the crowd.
Steve Kay normally perform at Simba Club on Thursday’s but the artist had dedicated the show to one of his closest supporters who perished in a road accident.
The late Eunice Lumonya passed on on Friday evening after the car she was travelling in to Nairobi rolled several times after being tipped off balance by a reckless overtaking bus.
But in an emotional show of solidarity, Steve Kay dedicated today’s dues towards the burial arrangements of the late Eunice Lumonya who will be buried next Saturday in Kimilili, Bungoma County.
“We shall have a basket for you to contribute for Eunice.” Steve Kay posted on his social media accounts.
In a great response to Steve Kay’s call, thousands of revellers turned up at Samba and contributed thousands of cash to be used in the burial arrangements.
It’s at this point that Mr Nandalwe emerged with what he is known to do best.
When Wakajuanes.Com ran this story, Steve Kay’s humble gesture ran viral on social media platform with touched fans hailing Steve Kay for taking such a bold, selfish initiative to raise funds for Lumonya.
“This is so kind of you Steve Kay. God bless you.” Posted a former Woman Rep aspirant Consolata Wakwabubi.