Sakaja Warms Kenyan's Hearts with Song in Saudi Arabia [VIDEO]

  • Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja singing along to a popular song by Mejja on Saturday, April 17.
    Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja singing along to a popular song by Mejja on Saturday, April 17.
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  • Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja lit up social media with a video of him singing along to a popular song by Kenyan musician Mejja and new sensation Trio Mio in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

    The video shows the Senator in clad in an Arabian attire while singing along; word by word to the local music hit inside his car. Media personality Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang'o lauded the senator for depicting a rather intriguing side of himself.

    Kenyans online also wondered why politicians are of late trying to appeal to their fans in a more casual manner.

    They referred to the recent comical skit released by Kennedy Odhiambo alias Crazy Kennar which featured Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka.

    Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja alighting from his Range Rover Vogue
    Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja alighting from his Range Rover Vogue
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    "What's happening in the world of politics, yesterday it was Kalonzo and now it's Super Senator Sakaja.

    "it's almost campaign time. We're about to see it all on these Internet streets. I'm here for Mmhesh Sakaja though.

    "That's my senator right there.....always on fire," read some of the comments online.

    Sakaja led a Kenyan delegation in a meeting with recruitment agencies in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in a bid to discuss the labour market laws and opportunities for about 88,000 Kenyans working in the country.

    The Senator also met Kenyans in the region in order to understand the opportunities and challenges they faced. 

    "I held talks with Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Human Resource led by Minister Jaber Almahmoud on matters of Labour migration affecting thousands of Kenyans working in Saudi Arabia," Sakaja stated.

    The Senator has also been posting photos of himself in the gym working out while in the Arabian country. Sakaja, better known as Super senator, has always endeared himself to Kenyans due to his off-the-script character. Recently, he posted photos of him spending time with his daughter on a Sunday afternoon while plaiting her hair.

    "It's not every day that I do politics and my job as Senator, sometimes I'm a super stylist," Sakaja stated.

    Further, he along with his two sons also set the internet ablaze during the pandemic period after sharing a rap song that encouraged Kenyans to stay indoors and adhere to Covid-19 measures.

    Watch the video below:

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