Kenya Govt Set To Pay Musicians, Actors During Coronavirus Lockdown

1 month ago by: success Xenab
(m) at 7-04-2020 11:15PM (1 month ago)

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has directed the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage to set aside Ksh.100 million to to cushion local artistes from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Addressing the Nation on the state of the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, Kenyatta said the Ksh.100 million fund will allow artistes, actors and musicians to continue entertaining the public through TV, radio and the internet.

“I direct the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage to avail Ksh.100M from the Sports Fund to our artistes, actors and musicians during the period of the covid-19 pandemic so they may continue to entertain their fellow brothers and sisters through TV, radio and the internet,” said Kenyatta.



Goldtime (m) at 8-04-2020 05:23AM
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Misplaced priorities! And what about the millions languishing in ravaged poverty ? I just don’t know what to mske of an African leaders.So inept ,dimensionless ,visionless and hopeless .It is understatement to say leadership in Africa has failed the people ,it would be better to say the leaders are heartless murderer .
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maizaxx (m) at 8-04-2020 06:43AM
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