- A young boy was recorded singing the song Tusifanane Wafarisayo wholeheartedly
- The video captured the attention of many Facebook users who requested the presenter Jeff Kuria, who shared it, to find the boy and do something for him
- Judging with the background of the video, it is clear that the boy hails from a not-so-well-off family
- Many praised him for his talent and even suggested he could be a member of the Seventh Day Adventists (SDA), who are known for their good singing
A boy has left many netizens with their mouths wide open after showcasing his talent in singing.
In the video which has since gone viral, the unnamed boy is heard singing perfectly in Swahili, something that not many people have the courage to do.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the video was first shared on Facebook by Inooro FM presenter Jeff Kuria who hailed the boy for his talent.
In his caption, the presenter said that Kenyan singers were the country's pride.
"Our musicians our pride. Let us not emulate the Pharisees," he wrote.
Looking at the video background, it is clear that the boy is from a humble background as the house he was sitting in front of is made of mud and his clothes are dirty.
He sang the song Tusifanane Wafarisayo deep from his heart.
From the comments, many said the young boy appeared to be an SDA as most of them are trained to sing at a young age.
Others requested the presenter to trace him saying his voice and talent should be nurtured.
According to one Oladehinde Gabriel Aremu, the young boy should get a producer who will be able to showcase his talent.
"Oh my God! What a good and beautiful voice, that child does not belong to that village or environment, he immediately needs good music producers who can showcase him. May God transform his life and makes his voice heard all over the world in Jesus' name," read his comment.
The presenter's fans promised to rally their support behind the talented boy and asked him to look for him.
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