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Nicki Bigfish Says He’s a Marked Man After Participating In Anti-finance Bill Protests

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Content creator Nicki Bigfish says he is a marked man after participating in the protests. Photo: Nicki Bigfish.

Popular Kenyan prankster Nicki Bigfish has claimed his life is in danger.

Bigfish who has been very active in the anti-finance bill protests took to his social media platforms to reveal he is a wanted man.

“I’m now a marked man. The best they’ll do is to take me out. ILA SAWA TU,” he said.

Bigfish insisted he was not clout chasing or looking for fame after the claims, saying he understands the struggles Kenyans face.

The content creator said that he experienced the country’s poor state of health care when he buried his father was was ailing but received poor medical service.

“A few people have been saying I’m clout chasing, for the record I have a few things if not many that I can clout chase for. But this is a historic moment to do it for our future generation. We are TRIBLESS, LEADERLESS AND PARTYLESS,”

‘After I buried my dad on 17th Feb 2024, seeing the collapsing medical facilities in our country. A new NICKI BIGFISH WAS BORN.” He added.

Meanwhile, a section of Kenyan Influencers and content creators have announced they are cutting ties with Safaricom.

The Influencers accuse the company of turning its back on Kenyans.

Among those who made their stand to part ways with the giant telco are: former Kenyan rugby star Dennis Ombachi, Shoba Gatimu, Magunga, Ben Cyco and Muchiri Mike.

“I’m pulling all my music from Skiza platform by Safaricom. It’s time to part ways with sympathizers,” Ben Cyco said.

“Twitter is finally back Larry Madowo the North Will Remember. As for the green army on Waiyaki Way, I won’t be working with you as you’re values and mine are not aligned,” Ombachi posted.