• Njogu Wa Njoroge has opened up on how he was surprised by his friends with a new house.
• He shared a photo of the house explaining that the memories of the late musician flood his mind every time he is there.
Media personality Njogu Wa Njoroge has opened up on how he was surprised by his friends with a new house.
The former Kameme FM presenter through his Facebook page recounted how the late benga musician John De'Mathew secretly began building a house for him upcountry together with his other friends.
He shared a photo of the house explaining that the memories of the late musician flood his mind every time he is there.
"Every time I'm in this house, I remember John Demathew. Without informing me, he woke up one day,called Maina Baba and John Ndung'u Kalulu.
They got into the car and drove all the way to Njoro Karima Mutiume. They found my dad. They asked my dad to show them where I'm supposed to build my village house," he said.
Njogu added that Demathew pushed him to finish the house and even during the house warming, he graced the occasion.
Njogu wished his fans could have such friends in their lives.
"When he showed them, they marked the size of the house.That's when John D called me and asked to say hello to my dad. John was on my case on the progress of the house.
A year later, he again drove over for the house warming Mass presided over by Fr Kamiti. May God bless you with such a friend."
DeMathew's second wife Caroline responded to the post revealing that she was with her husband at that particular day.
"Sasa Tena umesahau nilikuwa pia mimi Anyway: Friendship is a priceless treasure never to be bought nor sold...it can only be cherished."