Audit reveals theft of musicians' royalties

MCSK Chairman Lazarus Muli flanked by officials from PRISK and KAMP addressing journalists in Nairobi on May 12, 2020.

Photo credit: File | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Kecobo’s Executive Director Edward Sigei said the seven-day period given to the CMOs to respond started Tuesday.
  • That means that by Tuesday next week, the organisations should have replied to the queries from their regulator.

An audit of organisations that collect royalties on behalf of musicians has revealed why Kenyan artistes have been receiving peanuts.

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