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Governor Joho supports the play Kenyan music debate

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Mombasa Governor Hassan Ali Joho has on Wednesday thrown his support for Kenyan music.

The Mombasa Governor who is well known for his support to the youth has been hosting different celebrities during the December holidays.

Both Kenyan and Tanzanian artists have all thanked Governor Joho for the support after performing at the coastal city during the holidays.

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Governor Joho has recently hosted controversial gospel artist Willy Paul and it was during the visit that the Governor said that Kenyan Music should be played.

The sentiments back that of rapper Khaligraph Jones who introduced the now debate on Kenyan Music to be played.

The current debate was also picked up by comedian Jalango who until Wednesday admitted to be receiving the heat.

Supporters of Joho have praised his latest move that is in support of Kenyan youth and Kenyan talents.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world


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