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nyashinski’s message to the government after ‘made in kenya' concert was postponed again

Nyashinski [photo courtesy]>

Nyashinski [photo courtesy]

by Beatrice Ambasa July 2, 2021

Award-winning Kenyan Artiste Nyashinski has taken to social media to plead with the government to put in place measures that will enable creatives to earn a living and still adhere to Covid-19 protocols.


 This is after the much anticipated concert 'Made in Kenya' got postponed once again.


The Mungu Peke hitmaker stated that he was looking forward to link up with his fans in the concert considering the last time he performed was one year ago.


He further stated that leaders should put in place strategies that will support events, entertainment and all the struggling sectors.


‘While I encourage Us to stay safe during this time, it is import for the Government to step up and support the events Industry.


I have not performed for more than one year now and I was really looking forward to seeing you all this Saturday. It’s Unfortunate that the Made in Kenya Concert has been postponed yet again due to the permits from the government.


Our leaders should lay a strategy to support the events, entertainment and all the struggling sectors.


Peace and Love’. Wrote Nyashinski.


Nyashinski was among celebrities who had been lined up to perform at the Made in Kenya concert that had been scheduled to go down at Two Rivers on June 3rd 2021.


Others who were on the list of entertainers are; Otile Brown, Mejja, Trio Mio, Kahush, Jalang’o, DJ Alveen, Movers, DJ Bash and Femi One among others.


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