Patrick Kagaba alias Kamlesh Kagaba , the gospel rapper who was linked to the 72M G4S heist has finally spoken in regard to the hapless incident that led to his wrongful arrest.
His detention which happened last month caused outrage after his fellow artists protested against the act.
Although he was later released, Kagaba said that the incident put him in a very rough situation.
The rapper termed the arrest as unprofessional stating that it got him worried about his family.
“I was confused and angry at the injustice in our systems. They did not torture me but the approach of the arrest was wrong and unprofessional. I was worried about my wife and kids,” he said.
Despite the ugly experience, Kagaba recalls that a good number of people expressed concern and gave their full support.
He expressed his hearty gratitude to his fans and everyone who stood up by him.After learning of his arrest, fellow musicians camped on Twitter to protest his arrest with many asking about his whereabouts. They used the hashtag #FreeKamlesh
He also gave a special thanks to Juliani whose involvement in social media engagement had a notable impact.
Rapper Juliani in his tweet said Kagaba was arrested at his garage and now his whereabouts are unknown.
An artist i have worked with, mentored @KamleshKagaba was arrested at his garage in regards to the G4S heist.
Been told @DCI_Kenya have him
Where is he?
Is due process followed?
Is he represented?
He leads a community of christian rappers who are concerned. pic.twitter.com/G4FrPlM8rg
— Juliani.co.ke 🇰🇪 (@JulianiKenya) September 7, 2019
“Juliani came to visit me at the police station and found me being released. He and I go back and seeing him stand with me was quite encouraging,” he added .
The rapper has been in the music industry since 2011 and uses his music to empower and transform the youth.