King Kaka’s ‘Menstrual Walk’ to end in Nakuru after 5 days on the road

Kenyan Hip Hop maestro King Kaka’s ‘Menstrual Walk’ on Thursday entered Day 4, with the journey expected to end on Friday in Nakuru where the ‘Dundaing’ hitmaker and team will hold a mega-concert.

The walk, which began in Nairobi on Monday, is geared towards raising funds to buy sanitary towels for 100,000 school going girls through his ‘Bank On Me’ campaign.

“We have reached about 12,000 girls with the Bank On Me Sanitary Campaign so far and we hope to reach 15,000 more within this year,” said Dennis Njenga, King Kaka’s Manager and Co-Founder, Kaka Empire.

King Kaka, real name Kennedy Ombima, has taken to Instagram to update his fans and followers on the progress of the walk every step of the way since they set off.

On the first day, the group covered at least 36km before stopping over at Limuru; then 27km to Kinale; then Naivasha and Gilgil before reaching Nakuru on Friday upon which they will have covered a total of 157km.

King Kaka, according to his Instagram page, has suffered a few injuries along the way but shrugging all of them off saying “the walk continues.”

 

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