- Ezekiel Mutua pours immense praise on Mustafa for taking up Mjengo job despite his celebrity status
- Castigates people despising construction work
- Has assured to support Mustafa
Music copyright society of Kenya boss, Dr. Ezekiel Mutua has hinted on supporting besieged veteran singer, Colonel Mustafa after his video went viral while working at a construction site.
Taking to his Instagram, Mutua showed immense admiration for Mustafa who took it upon himself to engage in the menial job instead of wallowing in self-pity.
To him, Mustafa was the epitome of a real man who stood up for himself and his loved ones in the middle of adversity.
“Someone please inbox me Mustafa’s number. I have mad love and respect for people who face life head on and do what a man has got to do to put food on the table. There’s absolutely no shame in taking up a mjengo project to feed yourself and loved ones. Unlike other celebrities, Mustafa has refused to wallow in self-pity and is not ashamed of his hustle,” stated Mutua
He further castigated those despising construction work, maintaining that it is a job like any other.
He was completely blown off by Mustafa’s positive attitude towards the venture despite falling short of his celebrity status, adding that that was the kind of person to be supported.
“And by the way, Mjengo is not necessarily for failures. It is a job like any other. But it takes courage for a celebrity of the calibre of Mustafa to take such menial activity with pride. I love the positive attitude. This is the kind to be supported, “summed up Mutua.
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The revelation to assist Mustafa was welcomed by many as they thronged Mutua’s commentary section with messages of goodwill.
“🙏🙏God’s plan” shot one fan
“👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏This is good news” fired another fan
“Well said 👏may God help him aki” appeared another comment
Mother’s Cancer Ailment
Mustafa opened up on his mother’s cancer ailment stating that it was one of the reasons that had pushed him to take up the construction job.
He further added that the medication was costly having spent his last savings for her treatment.
In the meantime, a paybill number has already been set for contribution purposes towards his mother’s medication.
By Steve Osaka