Musician Jaguar is making great strides in his race to the August House. While other aspirants are busy going round their areas of interest making promises, Jaguar is already winning hearts by doing what he’s always done, even before he declared his candidacy. The ‘Warrior’ hit-maker over the weekend visited Tsunami Market in Ngara after it was razed by fire Saturday night, leading to much loss of property. He did not just visit, he went ahead and promised to help the affected traders and see their business resume.
I this morning Visited the Tsunami market in Ngara that was razed by fire last night. I have assured the traders that i will work with the concerned authorities to ensure we have a Long term solution to avoid fire incidents not only in this market but the entire Starehe Constituency. I have supported the affected traders regardless of their political or tribal affiliation with resources to immediatley restore their business premises and continue with their daily business. I urge all traders to work as a team and accommodate each and everyone affected by the fire.
“I have supported the affected traders regardless of their political or tribal affiliation with resources to immediately restore their business premises and continue with their daily business,” he wrote in his gram. Jaguar has always been philanthropic and now that he’s vying for a political seat, many will argue that it’s a way of soliciting for votes. Well, maybe, maybe not.