After Supreme Court ruling, newly elected Starehe MP, Hon Charles Njagua has weighed in on the issue. In a tweet the singer, popularly known as Jaguar, who ran on a Jubilee Party ticked noted that none of the jubilee supporters had disposed off their voters card and urged them to vote peacefully when the time comes.
Jaguar who was sworn in yesterday also released titled Ndoto. The song talks about his life journey to where he is now. Speaking to SDE, Jaguar said that Ndoto aims to be an inspiration to Kenyan youth working hard to achieve their dreams.
Asked if he is going to quit singing now that he is in parliament, Jaguar insisted that he is in music for the long haul and will not be quitting it any time soon.