In any case, when Joseph Onyango Ochieng’, famously known as Onyi Jalamo Tibim, delivered Inawezekana (Raila Tsunami), he had no clue about that it would get such huge airplay and turn into the authority Opposition tune.
The tune is a remix of a previous variant, Dan Oria Tena, on the side of a nearby legislator competing for a region gathering seat in Nairobi. In the remix, he added other Opposition pioneers.
Tibim has changed Jalamo from a striving little club artiste to a much-pursued entertainer.
The tune went through a break after the official outcomes were delivered showing Opposition pioneer Raila Odinga had lost.
In any case, it got a help following the decision of the Supreme Court invalidating President Uhuru Kenyatta’s success. It was the signature tune on the city roads among Opposition allies.
Upon the arrival of the decision, Cyrus Kimani, a music merchant from Dandora, sold right around 1,000 CDs having a place with the artist.
“I’m lowered by the gathering of the melody and I say thanks to God since I didn’t anticipate that it should be so valued,” Jalamo told Metropolitan.
Reports were overflowing that he had been generously compensated by NASA, to the tune of Sh10 million.
Jalamo has likewise been given a music sound framework and a van by the previous head administrator.