KING KAKA summoned at the DCI

• Ahmednasir Abdulahi, senior lawyer, had vowed to represent him if he issued.

• This comes just one day after Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru threatened to sue for defamation.
Kenyan rapper King Kaka was summoned to appear in front of the Kiambu DCI headquarters, his manager reported.

Dennis Njenga told the celeb buzz team that they instructed the artist to appear immediately before the DCI and they were on their way to Kiambu.
The summon comes one day after the accusation of libel by Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru to sue the musician.

On Tuesday, Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi vowed to defend the rapper against any defamation case resulting from his album.
Kaka announced on Tuesday morning that he was summoned via his Twitter account.
Activist Boniface Mwangi reported that he had spoken to King Kaka who informed him that he was summoned.

"At 12 p.m. at DCI Headquarters, Kiambu Street, his family, fellow artists and Kenyans of goodwill join him. If you can join us, see you there," he tweeted.

The rapper had earlier reported that unidentified individuals threatened his life after releasing his new seven-minute spoken word piece, where he highlighted some of the country's corruption cases.

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