• Youth Affairs, Arts and Sports CAS Jaguar and his friends raised KSh 1 million to aid Mustafa sort his mother’s medical bills
• Jaguar insisted that they did not make the donation to attract eyeballs
• The handsome donation comes barely days after a video of Mustafa working at a mjengo site went viral
The first ever Kenyan public figure to walk the talk has touched the hearts of countless countrymen after offering a very handsome donation to help artiste Colonel Mustafa sort his mother’s hospital bill and get back to his feet.
Yeiyo.com has learnt, former Ogopa Deejays signee, who is the current Youth Affairs, Arts And Sports CAS, Charles Njagua, alias Jaguar has given fellow artiste Colonel Mustafa more reasons to push after extending a donation of KSh 1 million to him.
Jaguar, who broke news of the donation on Thursday, May 11, promised to stand with Mustafa even as he tries to put his things in order.
Speaking during a press conference just moments after offering Mustafa KSh 1 million, Jaguar disclosed the money was raised himself and a number of his friends.
According to Jaguar, his circle of friends did not make the donations so as to attract eyeballs.
The politician insisted that Mustafa is one of them and they felt obligated to help one of their own.
“It is not like we decided to help our brother because we want to flow with the trend but because he is our own and we will stand with him to make sure everything gets back to normal. We will be visiting his mother soon to see if there is anything more we can do to help,” Jaguar said.
Jaguar’s philanthropy impressed millions of Kenyans who could not thank him enough for coming through for his former stablemate.
It is important to note that both Jaguar and Mustafa were all signed under Ogopa Deejays over a decade ago and together, albeit seperately caused ripples in the airwaves with their hit songs.
As earlier reported by Yeiyo.com, Kenyans from all walks of life raised over KSh 600,000 in less than 24 hours to assist Mustafa after learning of his quandaries.
The artiste became the subject of a viral online trend after a video of himself working at a mjengo site hit the interwebs.
The video divided Kenyans as some chose to maul him online for stooping too low, considering his celebrity status.
A mammoth of Kenyans, however, rallied behind him and offered him the much needed support.