Frasha’s past life as an alcoholic depicts the exact lifestyle of most Kenyan celebrities, who overspend their hard-earned cash on alcohol and later end up living miserable lives after being drained financially.
The musician from the popular P-Unit group revealed that he used to spend an average of half a million shillings monthly on alcohol.
The musician cum politician was an alcoholic for 15 years before deciding to quit after realising the financial and health impact alcohol had on his life.
He quit alcohol about 2 years ago after successfully undergoing 40 days free of alcohol challenge and since then has been on a mission to encourage and challenge other booze lovers on the importance of staying sober.
According to the musician, alcohol has a negative effect on one’s financial and health status and can make one lose focus because of hangovers and seizures related to alcohol.
Frasha’s campaign against alcoholism seems to have caught the eyes of his fellow P-Unit member Gabu, who is also on 30 days off alcohol challenge.