KING KAKA WALKS FOR 154KM FROM NAIROBI TO NAKURU
Rapper and philanthropist King Kaka has been on the road, for 6 days.
On August 19, he embarked on a week long trek all the way from Nairobi to Nakuru.
The walk dubbed The Menstrual Walk is a part of his initiative Sanitary Bank Campaign which seeks to end period poverty in marginalized areas.
King Kaka has a target to keep at least 100,000 girls in school by providing them with sanitary towels.
King together with his indomitable team set out at the beginning of last week, making sure they cover at least 27kms per day to keep track of their goal of 154kms.
They endured extreme weather, around Limuru, Naivasha and Giligil areas; it was truly blood and sweat but it wouldn’t weaken his nor his teams’ spirits.
Some of the public figures who support the initiative include Janet Mbugua, Sharon Mundia, Terrence Creative, Nameless, Nick Mutuma, Lulu Hassan, Kalekye Mumo, Julius Yego, Michelle Ntalami, Annerlisa Mungai among others.
To donate or be part of King Kaka’s BankOnMe Initiative go to their website and help provide a glimmer of hope to the thousands of young women facing menstrual poverty in Kenya.