In Summary
  • Where are they? The once popular maestros of song have faded more than a jeans that was bought from a CBD stall.
  • The good music that they were known for has become as extinct as a Wooly Mammoth. Elani have left a big void in the airwaves, and now that void is filled with songs such as “Taka Taka” and “Pandana.”
  • Surely, what did we do to deserve this?

I’d like to report a missing person….or is it missing people? One of them is a gentleman by the name Brian Chweya.

He was last seen wearing a suit. (I am not sure which colour). He was also standing between two ladies.

Another one is a bubbly lady called Maureen Kunga. She was last seen smiling. That’s all I know. There is a high chance she will still be smiling when you find her.

The third person is called Wambui aka Wambizzy. I don’t know what she was last seen wearing or doing but don’t worry, you’ll recognise her by her beautiful eyes when you see her.

If you happen to come across any of these people or their music, please report to the nearest deejay, radio presenter or fan. They are urgently needed. Kindly spread the message.

Seriously, what happened to Elani? Where are they? The once popular maestros of song have faded more than a jeans that was bought from a CBD stall. The good music that they were known for has become as extinct as a Wooly Mammoth. Elani have left a big void in the airwaves, and now that void is filled with songs such as “Taka Taka” and “Pandana.” Surely, what did we do to deserve this?

We need to figure out this Elani puzzle urgently. Investigations need to be done and documentaries need to be made.

Were they abducted by Mexican putas? Is a drug lord holding them somewhere in Acapulco and forcing them to sing Mariachi music for his own amusement? I can picture Brian with a guitar, wearing a sombrero and singing “El Patron….El Patron….La la la la!”

WE NEED THEM BACK

Someone send Liam Neeson to get them.

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