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For a while, the much anticipated gathering was marred by controversy as some musicians claimed some organisers were looking out for their own interests.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has postponed his much awaited meeting with musicians from central Kenya. For a while, the much anticipated gathering was marred by controversy as some musicians claimed some organisers were looking out for their own interests. Send ‘NEWS’ to 40227 to receive all the important breaking news as it happens READ ALSO: Ruto, Raila meet at burial of
legendary benga musician Joseph Kamaru READ ALSO: Uhuru ally stirs storm in Mt Kenya after launching veiled attack on Ruto’s 2022 bid According to a statement released on Twitter, the meeting has taken a backseat to allow the planning committee to comprehensively prepare for it. “To allow for adequate preparations so that the meeting meets the intended purpose and systematically improves the music industry in Kenya, the meeting has been postponed. Consequently, the CS,
Ministry of Sports and Heritage has been directed to form a multi-sectoral team to comprehensively prepare for the meeting and organize the necessary logistics at the earliest possible opportunity and therefore the Ministry has been directed to expedite the preparations,” Government Spokesperson Eric Kiraithe said.