Song: Kik Icha Wadu (We Chayo Jathum)Artist: Emma JalamoAlbum : RemboAudio: Eng Wuod Fibi (Barikiwa Studio)Slideshow: Charles OkukuListen to the song, like, give your views and share.Kik Icha Wadu (We Chayo Jathum) is one of the songs in Emma Jalamo's sixth Album titled Ruth Rembo.The album, which was launched on December 2, 2017 at Egesa East Villa, Umoja, Nairobi, has seven songs namely Milly Nyar Nyakach, Asam K'Apiyo, Odhis Randere, Ruth Rembo, Kik Icha Wadu, Utanikumbuka and Amani Kenya.The song sends a strong message to anyone who understands Luo. Emma is stating categorically that he does not sing to compete with anybody in the music industry but to make the Luo Nation and all his fans worldwide happy.In the song, Emma is appealing to anyone not to look down upon other people since they never know what tomorrow hold for them. The Ohangla artiste is urging everyone not look down upon others whether they are less intelligent, more intelligent, dumb, rich or poor."In this World do not look down upon others, whether you are educated, whether you have wealth, whether you are poor do not look down upon other people," reads part of the lyrics. Jalamo is encouraging the people to show respect to everyone they come across anywhere. In the song, he quotes a few riddles in Luo such as;1- "Ng'ama ipuonjo nyalo jari koseng'eyo" meaning - Someone you have taught something may not recognise you after getting the knowledge.2- "Ng'ama imiyo chiemo nyalo yanyi koseyieng'" meaning - One you give food can abuse you after getting satisfied. 3- "Wang' mithiedho nyalo gawi" meaning - Someone you have helped can turn against you.The riddles can be used to best describe various situations. Emma is reminding the people that everyone has got a unique talent given to them by the Almighty God.In conclusion, I know some people have criticized this powerful song saying Emma is targeting someone/some people but let me say that is exactly how people behave when truth hits them. This track is well-arranged from the beats to the lyrics and its message is quite clear and understandable. Article done by Charles Okuku.