Njoroge Ngari (lesles) | THANK YOU OPRAH

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by Njoroge Ngari (lesles)

Appreciation,encouragement and comforting music
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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1. Katrina Harricane Prayer
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2. Thank You Oprah
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3. I Say Back to the Roots
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NJOROGE NGARI (Lesles) was born in Kenya. After school he joined Super Wanyika Stars and later joined the Gatanga boys where they released a number of hits together. Later he formed the Mukarara Les Les which recorded very popular songs in Kiswahili. They are all available on CDs and you can order them online. During the Nairobi Bombing of the UNITED STATES Embassy tragedy he released a song to console the victims and to condemn the acts of terrorist attack in Nairobi and Dar es salaam Tanzania. He also condemns tribal clashes in the Rift valley Molo, Laikipia, Ng'arua, and also Bombolulu tragedy where many girls lost their lives. Most of Njoroge Ngari songs have inspired many people, as he has always been concerned about the young generation and what people need to know about politics and advice to all citizens. However, he is not a politician but he has love for his Country and the whole world. During the tragedy of St Kizito, he released a song, which KBC Radio station played on several occassions after News Jooni Wananchi tushikane Pamoja that even the Former President said was a patriotic song, after he performed at Gatanga boys high school in Thika and also addresed the former President and ,but politicians later said his music is trbal and political ,eg; KIRUMI KIA BABA in Kikuyu language, meaning( a curse from our Father).This song became very popular because of the political tention at that time, people were fighting for the change of section (2)A,of the constitution, to introduce multiparty politics. Kenneth Matiba and Charles Rubia were detained without trial, Prof.Wangari Maathai,along with other women camped at freedom corner to oppossing the construction Uhuru park and all other parks.The song was baned from being prayed anywhere but people like it to today.Kenyans need to know that we can have peace in our country,good roads,security and everything we need ,but the ploblem is in ourselfs not the leaders.We are the one who vote, but we say we need somebody with experience in politicics not thinking the experience most of our leaders have is from the colonial leaders who did not care about our fathers followed by colonial favors who did not wanna hear about freedom fighters and that is why we don't have our Hero's day.We need to know that we are the ones who needs the Leaders but we say they will need us after five years,we have the Job,who can do it? we are the ones who need the jod done eg;Good leaders don't have to be a politician's,or a richman's son or daughter.God gave us this world and he has leaders, but we look for material things not knowing that,if you follow and praise somebody because of something he or she know you dont have he or she will not let you have it so that you can live with expectations till they are done with you. Please know what is yours,your rights and not favor.Thank you for visiting this page check many times.. All Njoroge Ngari's music is available and you can order online for full CDs or digital downloads. Any concerns or comments, do not hesitate to write an email. Appreciation goes to all radio stations and DJs throughout Africa for playing my songs on air. Thanks to all music sellers for your good comments, to all my fellow musicians, and mostly to all of my fans in Kenya, Africa and around the world, thanks for your support . I performs for charity, non profit and church organizations. If you have any events all over the word, Africa, USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Japan or Australia, for other Musicians who wish to join me send me an email.
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very global
ngoro you think about the whole world i would give you nobel prize.like wangari mathaii