Susumila Speaks About His ‘witchcraft’
Renowned Mombasa-based singer Kenya Susumila has admitted indulging in witchcraft — but says it is not witchcraft as people know it but one with a difference.
Asked why he had coined himself the name “Wachawi International” during an interview with music TV presenter Mzazi Willy Tuva, Susumila responded: “Mimi ni mchawi kwenye kufanya kazi” (Yes, I am a wizard when it comes to doing good music).
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This comes at a time when there have been concerns among Mombasa artistes that some of them are using witchcraft to sustain themselves in the showbiz business as the expense of others.
Susumila’s latest song Oyoo featuring Timmy T Dat has been well received by fans as well as the media.