• Ezekiel Mutua said he is impressed by Mustafa’s positive attitude towards life despite the many challenges he is dealing with

• Mutua asked Kenyans to help him getbin touch with Mustafa so that he can help where he can

• The MCSK CEO said Kenyans should be proud of Mustafa dor facing his problems head-on instead of seeking sympathy like many washed out celebrities

Former Deux Vultures artiste Colonel Mustafa’s sad story has indeed touched the hearts of many people, among them Ezekiel Mutua, the Music Copyright Society Of Kenya(MCSK) CEO.

Ezekiel Mutua, just like millions of other Kenyans recently took to social media to encourage and support Colonel Mustafa even as he tries to get back to his feet.

Taking to his official social media platforms, Ezekiel Mutua disclosed that he really respects Mustafa for facing his issues head-on like a real man he is.

Colonel Mustafa was recently spotted working at a Mjengo site. Photo: UGC.

According to Mutua, Kenyans should laud Mustafa and support him instead of bashing him owing to the fact that he chose to do an odd job to cater for his mother’s hospital bills and their survival.

The MCSK boss insisted that there is no shame for any man who does just about anything to provide and take care of his family.

Ezekiel Mutua noted that he is impressed by Mustafa’s positive attitude towards life despite the many challenges he is facing.

He went on to plead with Kenyans on social media to assist him with Mustafa’s number so that he can see how he can get in touch with him and help where necessary.

Kenyans raised over KSh 600k to help Mustafa clear his mother hospital bills. Photo: Colonel Mustafa/Instagram.

Mutua wrapped up by making it clear that Kenyans should let Mustafa be and stop mocking him as Mjengo is a job just like any other.

Someone please inbox me Mustafa’s number. I have mad love and respect for people who face life headon and do what a man has got to do to put food on the table. There’s absolutely no shame in taking up a mjengo job to feed yourself and your loved ones. Unlike other celebrities, mustafa has refused to wallow in self pity and is not ashamed of his hustle. And by the way, mjengo is not necessarily for failures. It is a job like any other. But it takes courage for a celebrity of the calibre of Mustafa to take to such menial activities with pride. I love the positive attitude. This is the kind to be supported.” Mutua wrote.

Just recently, Yeiyo.com reported how Kenyans of goodwill came out to donate money to Mustafa to help him take care of his ailing mum’s hospital bills.

As of Monday, May 8, Kenyans had raised over KSh 600,000 for Mustafa.

The fund drive which was initiated by a popular tweep saw fellow celebrities and Kenyans a whole join in and contribute towards Mustafa’s mother’s hospital bill.

The aforementioned was triggered by a video of the artiste working at a mjengo site which went viral late last week.

Following the leak, Mustafa came out clean and revealed that he has been working at Mjengo sites for the past one year all in a bid to take care of his ailing mother.

Mustafa revealed that his mother had been diagnosed with lymphoma cancer which depleted all of his life savings.

At first, a multitude of Kenyans thought the mjengo video was just a publicity stunt aimed at warming up Kenyans to Mustafa’s new song.

However, Mustafa confirmed that he is not chasing clout and that he is indeed in need of help from Kenyans to see hia mother gets the cancer treatment she needs.

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