- Jamaican singer Jemere Morgan over the moon after spotting his face drawn on a matatu
- The matatu belonging to Umoinner Sacco has the face of Gramps Morgan’s son drawn at its back.
- Jemere credits reggae music for his success as he hints at having a show in Kenya soon.
Jamaican artist Jemere Morgan is elated after spotting his face drawn on a matatu.
The Grandson of reggae legend Denroy Morgan and son of Morgan Heritage member Gramps Morgan, took to his social media pages, uploading a photo of the matatu belonging to Umoinner Sacco crediting Reggae music for the success in his life.
He also mentions that he has much love for Kenya and its people as he hints at having a show in the 254 soon.
“WOW!!! My face is on a bus in Kenya !!! Look what Reggae music has done for my life ahhh so Grateful I love you so much my +254 family!! I think it’s time to return to Nairobi for a full Jemere Morgan show…Soon come! #Kenya.” Wrote the International Love crooner.
His Kenyan fans took to the comment section showing love to him. Here are some of the comments.
Man Indechez You welcome always, Kenyans love Jamaicans, the Heritage fraternity
Kabaka 8520 welcome to 047 we love you too jemere Morgan#umoinner family
Sarah Gakio In Kenya it is our mission to make people feel good. Welcome back. Hakuna matata
Njoro Livingstone Proud of our matatu culture. Welcome to your ancestral land #Kenya
By Stella Anyango