Most Kenyans seem to have moved on with life six months after the Garissa University terror attack that shook the whole world, but the ripple effects of the attack still live to haunt many.
So much is the haunt that one Trinidad-born US rapper has decided to revisit the issue.
Trinidad James, who now resides in Los Angeles, is working on a charity plan that will see him raise US $ 147,000 , equivalent to sh.16,800,000 for families of the victims of the Garissa attack.
“To me 147 people is not just a number, that’s insane. These are people’s daughters, sons, mothers, grandparents. They just lost lives, and they never did anything to deserve that.” Says James in a 2 minute video he posted online.
On top of the US $147,000, James is planning to hold a free concert in Kenya to raise even more money towards this, in a campaign dubbed #TrinidadInKenya.
Video link; https://youtu.be/Rbv0mGCVuck