Comedian and radio presenter Felix Odwuor popularly known as Mzee Jalang’o has given advice to artists and all those who rely on art for their livelihood.
His advice has been given in the form of a notice where he has asked all of them to leave Nairobi so that they do not starve as there is currently no work for them in Nairobi.
Through his Instagram account, the comedian said it was good for artists to get vaccinated against Coronavirus and to find a way out to develop their careers in counties whose conditions to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus are cheap.
He explained that even famous DJs and musicians no longer have money to pay for rents.
He mentioned places where they could organize a festival and earn a living such as Kisumu, Homabay, Kisii, Malindi and even Mombasa while explaining that Dj Creme De La Creme had taken his work to Kericho.
However, he reminded them to continue to adhere to the regulations of preventing the spread of Coronavirus.
Jalang’o advice comes at a time when several artists and businessmen have been promoting campaigns on social media seeking the country to be opened so they can develop their careers.
DJ Crème De La Crime said things are bad, but they will continue to fight while Shaffie Weru said the time has come to return to basic styles like our ancestors and that everyone affected by the closure of the five counties should resort to hunting instead of waiting for the area to be reopened.
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