A son’s biggest supporter is his father.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe is a father first then a government official.
The proud dad who happens to be rapper Kahush’s father got down to the artist’s song during an event at the Kenya School of Government.
After Kagwe was done speaking to a group of youths, the DJ decided to entertain him with a very familiar song.
“That’s my stingo, that’ my stingo, that’s my stingo,” started tearing up every corner of the room and who was Kagwe to turn down a dance?
The CS started moving side to side like a church elder at a concert and bent a little bit.
Music took control of his body and the ever serious and macho man transformed into a fun-loving teen withing a few seconds.
Kagwe, who is popularly referred to as Mtu wa Corona, shook away his troubles and shuffled his feet like there was no tomorrow.
He was one with the dancefloor and the dancefloor was one with him.
His exuberance encouraged youths at the function to stand up and shake what their mamas gave them.
They even sang along to the song as they hyped up Kagwe.
Rapper Kahush came to the limelight after his song Mi Siwezi went viral.
After spotting a photo of Kagwe’s photo in the video, Kenyans started questioning his roots.
The young man finally made it easier for online FBIs after confirming the he is indeed the CS’s son.