According to an interview with Citizen TV Kenya on Friday, Ezekiel Mutua addressed the Sauti Sol and Azimio issue. Ezekiel Mutua who is the current Chief Executive Officer of Music Copyright Society of Kenya disowned Sauti Sol music band over claims of copyright infringement by Azimio La Umoja presidential campaign.
In an interview with Citizen TV's Hassan Mugambi, Mutua said in the interview that Azimio La Umoja presidential candidate Raila Odinga was the first presidential aspirant to seek for permission to use music in their campaigns.
According to Ezekiel Mutua, Azimio La Umoja presidential campaign was given a license to play all the local and international music in open places during their presidential campaigns. Ezekiel Mutua also said that the Azimio La Umoja presidential campaign team paid a lot of money to seek for the permission claims.
"I will not defend them. This is because they they acted impulsively. I just hope they get paid, but I wish them well.
The interview also featured top notch musicians like Gidi Gidi who is famous for the 2007 "unbwogable" hit.
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