Kenyan entertainment industry is growing rapidly with many companies revolutionizing the sector. Safaricom launched "Baze" to enable Kenyans have access to exclusive content. As established from a statement by Safaricom Customer Officer Sylvia Mulinge, the platform will have content for all citizens who always have fun in watching.
Mission to Rescue is the first action movie being aired on the plartfom. It is based on the Kenya-Somalia border. Safaricom has fronted BAZE as its in-house entertainment video-on-demand platform. The film was produced by Foxton Media. It entails the struggles Kenyan special operations forces underwent while trying to rescue hostages abducted by Al-shabaab terrorist group.
The film showcases the bravery bewildered by the defense forces when combating terrorism. It's a technical rescue mission full of drama and suspense that will leave Kenyans happy. Gilbert Lukalia, one among best film makers in Kenya is the director of the movie. It is set to make another milestone in Kenya's film industry as stakeholders in the ssector up their game to produce quality content.
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