Exray Taniua, Teslah Call Upon Protesting Kenyans To Unite &  Build Nation In ‘Tujenge  Taifa’

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At a time when Kenya is facing civil unrest as a result of former presidential contender Raila Odinga calling for mass protests and boycotts for some products, Exray and Teslah’s song ‘Tujenge Taifa’ comes in very handy.

By Isaac Tugume

Celebrated musicians Exray Taniua and Teslah have a special message for all Kenyans in their captivating jam ‘Tujenge Taifa’, which can be loosely translated  to mean ‘Let’s build the nation’ in English.

At a time when Kenya is facing civil unrest as a result of former presidential contender Raila Odinga calling for mass protests and boycotts for some products, Exray and Teslah’s song ‘Tujenge Taifa’ comes in very handy.

Irate youth protesting in Kenya

In this song, the message Exray and Taniua send out to Kenyans is to all unite and make peace with each other so that they can build their nation together.

This is the ideal message at a time like this, which ought to be heeded by all Kenyans, lest the country descends into real turmoil.

Exray Taniua and Teslah root for peace and unity, not violence

Exray and Teslah unveiled ‘Tujenge Taifa’ shortly after President William Ruto had been sworn in as the new Kenyan leader in September last year but just a few months after  that, the message in their collabo has come to pass.

It should however be noted that the message in ‘Tujenge Taifa’ is  not only meant for Kenya but also other countries around the world that are facing political and civil unrest.

Click the link to stream ‘Tujenge Taifa’ on YouTube so that you don’t miss out on this inspirational message from Exray and Teslah.

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