Kriss Darlin says that even if he wins, he will still be a Deejay, to him nobody can stop reggae
Saul Owiti Aug 22,2019
Chris Odhiambo popularly known as DJ Kriss Darlin has officially joined the race for the Kibra MP seat after the death of Ken Okoth.
The veteran reggae DJ officially presented his official documents to ODM headquarters on Wednesday, August 21. just hours after the party invited potential aspirants to submit their papers.
Speaking to edaily, the NTV Jamrock show host said that he is the right fit for the job given that he worked closely with the fallen MP to develop Kibra.
“The people of Kibra need someone who knows them and knows what they actually need… and that’s exactly what I’m offering. I have been there with them, I was born there, I know what they go through on a daily basis,” said the DJ.
The celebrated DJ further revealed that he is not abandoning his career as a DJ for it is his passion and it has put food on the table for his family.
“I earn a decent living as a Reggae DJ, I’m very comfortable, I go on tours worldwide, and I will never stop doing it…but I can only reach so many people with that. I want to represent the people of Kibra, I want to be their voice and air out their issues on a bigger platform,” he said