• Njogu wa Njoroge on Thursday visited the grave of his closest friend, the late John Demathew who died exactly three years ago.
• Njogu said he had never let his friend down and he has also kept his promises.
Celebrated radio presenter Njogu wa Njoroge on Thursday visited the grave of his closest friend, the late John Demathew who died exactly three years ago.
John DeMathew was arguably among the most controversial Benga musician from Central Kenya.
In a post on his Facebook page, Njogu paid his tribute to the late Benga artiste.
In his tribute message, Njogu said he had never let his friend down and he has also kept his promises.
"My brother, It's 3 years now. I have never let you down. I have kept my promise. I will always stand by them. And the bond is stronger."
DeMathew is also remembered for heavily campaigning for President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2013.
In the post, Njogu told the late that President Uhuru had betrayed him but the Kikuyu nation stood by him.
"But, Let me update you Baba Ciku. Your closest friends betrayed you. But the Gikuyu Nation stood by you! They have paid their debt, John."
His sudden death on the night of August 18, 2019, came after his car rammed into a trailer while driving his Nissan Navara pick-up near Blue Post Hotel Thika.
A few days ago, Njogu also shared how he was allegedly fired from a top media house after sharing a photo of him with President-elect William Ruto.
In the post, Njogu explained that his former bosses wanted him to beg for the job something he said left him in tears for seven months.
Njogu added that he has since overcome that after he got another job.
"When I will finally unveil, this photo, I will tell you about how it brought seven months of tears, frustration, and desperation.
Where a CEO demanded that I should rescind my decision and kneel to get my job back. They took everything that I had saved for years.
They took away my dues.But Mungu ni nani? I'm already a winner even before being the ultimate winner."