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‘Kibaki gave me permission to sell CDs inside State House,’ reveals Emmy Kosgei

Emmy Kosgei, a gospel musician, paid respect to the late President Mwai Kibaki by sharing a story of how she met him and became friends with him.

Emmy stated that her first interaction with the Constitution came in 2010 when she was one of the musicians performing at the ceremony commemorating the promulgation of the Constitution. She sang Taunet Nelel, a song that was a favorite of President Kibaki and his late wife Lucy Kibaki.

She was invited to perform at numerous state and corporate gatherings after their first meeting. Emmy remembers President Kibaki calling her at one of the ceremonies to inquire about her song and allowing her to sell CDs of the song to the invited guests. Emmy went on to say that she had the honor of singing at 99 percent of his events, including the late John Michuki’s burial in his village.

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