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Abel Mutua Makes Over 4 Million Shillings In Five Days

For centuries now, content creators, artists and even comedians have been crying that Kenyans don't support local talent because they are not ready to pay for it.

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However, with the evolution of technology in the world especially in the content creation industry, Kenyans have come out in numbers to consume local content in a way that is both beneficial to them and the content creators.

Abel Mutua and Phillip Karanja recently launched a local film called Grand Little Lie that has been received very by the Kenyans. In an Instagram live session, Mutua said that this movie has been watched by over twenty thousand people across the world making over 4 million shillings from the sale.

Initially, Mutua and his team had targeted an audience of fifty thousand people but judging by its performance they will hit on their target soon. The money collected will be used to pay the actors and to produce more content.

Abel Mutua and his team have been advertising the movie on the streets with hilarious banners that easily catch the attention of road users. They are selling the film for 200 Kenyan shillings without any other subscription.

(Abel Mutua photo courtesy)

We should support local content and talents and we shall all win the race against poverty. Thank you for reading. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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