• The Global ambassador now wants to give back "I'm here to serve, niko hapa ku serve,".
• He says this explains why his album 2nd life is a dedication to his story of recovery
Kaka Empire CEO King Kaka has opened up on future plans after dropping a gospel album.
He appeared on Dr. Ofweneke's show where he shared little known details about what he went through.
Kaka also spoke about his Gospel album, "I feel like we take a lot of things for granted. I went to the hospital when I could not walk, I could not eat, sikuwa naskia njaa. Bro, I lost 33 kgs, I could count my ribs"
He recalled feeling like he was heading to death, "I deliberately told my family to take me to hospital but in my mind, I knew I was going to die, sikuwa nataka stori mob"
He says this explains why his album 2nd life is a dedication to his story of recovery
"I have a covenant with God. I feel like I have a covenant with God, me nilikuwa naambia msee, I'm doing this album because of only one person, sijui ni nani but whoever will listen to the album to transform whatever it's who Im targetting"
King Kaka added "I am not looking for a million streams I don't care," he told about wanting to transform and impact people positively,".
The Global ambassador now wants to give back "I'm here to serve, niko hapa ku serve,".
On February 17, Kaka announced a schools challenge as part of his transformation
"It Begins!!! School 1 of 100, 99 to go. The Story Of A King starts today! We'll be live at North Highridge Primary and Secondary School! Spearheading the Mentorship for both girls and boys, and Securing the Future of our Young Generation. #storyofaking #bankonme".
Telling Ofweneke more about it, Kaka said
"I'm telling my story I have a powerful story, I'm writing a book currently, I think God has been in my life so many times, ni vile saa zingine sikuwa nanotice, so I'm just going to tell people the story of a King, that's the title of the tour. The book is called second life. Im going to the whole country."
Kaka is also gearing up to shoot a movie in the next two months. He has bought the necessary equipment.
"It's Kaka Empire films, we are working on two documentaries this year, plus a film and a series,"