Mombasa governor Hassan Joho was handed a painful reminder by Kenyans as he attempted to jump in on the Play Kenyan music bandwagon.
Kenyans have long memories, and it is quite difficult to start an online campaign if you have at one time offended the masses in the past and it went viral.
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Play Kenyan music debate: Joho reminded how he spent KSh 90 million to pay foreign artisteSource: Instagram
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Even as the contentions debate on the prioritizing of Kenyan music continues to heat up, prominent personalities have taken to perform their social responsibility by also pushing for airplay as far as Kenyan music was concerned.
From the pioneer of the debate Khaligraph Jones to comedian Jalango to Akothee, quite a handful of these celebrities have weighed in on the issue, with majority feeling media is failing the Kenyan music industry.
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Governor Joho, whose trademark is trying to integrate with contemporary trends, also weighed in on the debate, but the response he got was by far not what he expected.
Joho posed with controversial gospel star Willy Paul with the caption #PlayKenyanMusic, but fans were quick to remind him of his actions two years ago which were the exact opposite of what artists were pushing for.
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As Just40days reported, towards the end of 2016, Kenyans were treated to a rare sight of American RnB superstar Chris Brown who jetted to the country for a performance in Mombasa.
Joho, being governor 001, endorsed Chris Browns Kenyan tour, although the fact that he made a KSh 90 million killing for a one-hour performance left a bad taste in Kenyans mouths.
At the time, County Communications and Public Relations Director Richard Chaacha refuted claims Joho was behind the logistics of Chris Browns show, despite openly welcoming the superstar.
Two years down the line and Kenyans are on the governors case once again, reminding him that perhaps he was not in any position to push for Kenyan music because of the events of 2016.
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Kenyans also noted that Joho had closer ties with Tanzanian hotshots such as Ali Kiba than he did with local artists.
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