Guardian Angel, a popular gospel singer, claims to be wealthy.
The talented gospel singer said so even although millions of Kenyans and fellow musicians are struggling in life.
In an interview, the 31-year-old gospel musician boasted about his immense wealth .
He is in marriage with Esther Nthenya, a 51-year-old Kamba woman.
According to Guardian Angel, his wealth can sustain him for the rest of his life, even if he stops singing today.
He, however, did not disclose whether the money he has is from his music or other businesses on the side.
He stated, “I have enough money to last the rest of my life.”
“I am not bragging, but if I decide not to work from today, the money I have can sustain me for the rest of my life,” he added.
The question of inheritance also rings in the minds of Kenyans. We all know his 51-year-old wife is rich.
Guardian, who was in the company of his wife Nthenya, was responding to claims he was not releasing music because he was broke.
Here’s a video of him bragging about his financial muscles.
In other news, William Ruto returned to the Mt. Kenya region, where he delivered his bottom-up economic message.
DP Ruto compared the Bible’s account of Jesus Christ to his bottom-up model, and thus to himself and his hustler movement.
The deputy president did this while visiting the ACCS Church in Thika before doing a series of rallies in Gatundu north and Thika town
According to the DP, Jesus rose from being a peasant’s boy born in a manger to having His own followers.