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Secular singer Frasha could be leading more drunkards to God than more Nairobi city preachers are doing. Having seen the light last year and announced quitting the bottle, the P-Unit singer is pushing the old Si Lazima Tu Do lyrical analogy, but this time with a preachers tone.

He has confessed to getting young people off alcohol and he has scores of celebrities rallying behind his new gospel. The plan is in a 90-days free of alcohol challenge for his thousands of followers and whoever else cares to dare take up the challenge.

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Speaking to Standard Entertainment, Frasha said for long, he thought real fun could only be derived through drinking alcohol something he no longer fancies nor practices. He says the entertainment scene has been made to believe alcohol is the only thing that keeps the ‘happy life’ existing. He is ready to prove everyone otherwise.

“For long we have neglected our bodies and thanks to Corona we are slowly being taught to start treating our bodies better. Our campaign reiterates seeking balance in whatever you do. We don’t judge but we want people to live a healthier life at the same time have fun while doing it. This campaign is about seeking balance in live and positive living,” says the singer who also runs an HIV-Aids awareness campaign.

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“We are kicking off a 90-days free of alcohol challenge on Saturday (August 1) and we are doing this with support from many supporters among them Detox Africa. It is a move geared towards exercising, nutrition and spiritual wellness. We will be doing alcohol-free events as we exercise the health guidelines given by the government. Everyone is invited to join us as we start off the challenge as they support #90daysfreeofalcoholchallange. I will be giving guideless on how everyone can participate and keep tabs,” he tells Standard Entertainment.