BY: Prisca Aroko
Gospel Artiste Loise Kim Announces Bid to Run for Kiambu Women Rep in 2022 Elections
Gospel artiste Loise Kim has announced that she will be running for the Kiambu women rep position and asked her fans to come out and register as voters.
Loise Kim ditches gospel for politics
The musician posted her poster on Facebook and in Kikuyu told people she was getting into politics and asked fans for support.
Kim also said she had confidence in God, making her go after this position, and she knows she is ready to lead the people in Kiambu County.
The announcement left her fans with mixed reactions, with some advising her to ditch her political ambitions and focus on serving God.
Here are some of the comments from the post:
Samuel Nganga commented: “What is wrong with you people? When God uplifts people now they want to be everything from a worshipper, MC, village leaders, and now politics.”
Njoki Pesh said:
Loise, Loise, Loise, how many times did I call you my dear, I just want to give you a piece of advice, please, you were called to serve the Lord, leave politics for the politicians.”
Jas Kinya Mbugua added:
“Politicking isn’t your potion, campaigning for the Lord Almighty who has brought you this far. Please don’t make us orphans, your music is a cure to our broken hearts!”
Simon Kung’u commented:
“My advice to you my sister is that politics has destroyed destinies, and scattered away dreams and a lot of blessings.”
Virginia Mwangi said:
“Serve in the gospel field. You are a blessing beyond Kenya, how I wish you continue in ministry.”
Mwari Wa Kinyanju commented:
“Politics is a dirty game, stick to your lane mummy and the way your songs bless us.
Jenniffer Macharia said:
“I love you so much, but I feel, you are losing what you were called to do, don’t lose your purpose, they loved you because of your music, let it sustain you unless you were led.”