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An Imposter or is C-zars really making a comeback?

An account on Instagram has stirred speculation that popular local singer C-zars who disappeared ten years ago could be making a musical comeback – if not an appearance.

The Amka Ukatike hitmaker was one of the biggest names on the Kenyan music scene at the turn of the century, but mysteriously went missing from his home in Bamburi, Mombasa.

To date his whereabouts have not yet been known.

C-zars rose to fame when he won the second Pure Oxygen Jam music competition in August, 2003 than the following year at the age of 14, he bagged two awards in Chaguo La Teeniez awards. He was a winner in the competition in 2005.

A post on Instagram announcing the Czars' comeback. PHOTO | COURTESY
A post on Instagram announcing the Czars’ comeback. PHOTO | COURTESY


The Instagram displays the singer’s stage name and photo, with only one post capation: C-zars is back, This September. New Video Dropping, “Tangu”

The account holder who goes by the name czarskenya also wrote this short message alongside the phote: “Yess,Am Back,Czars Is Back
New Music Video Dropping this September #Tangu. Mark the Dates. After A Long Time Passing through alot of intimidation Rejection , desperation Am Dropping It …”

The question that many are asking is if C-zars is really back or if its a case of an imposter trying to make a name for himself using the lost singer’s identity?