Tanzanian Socialite Who Flew To Kenya To Appear On Eric Omondi’s Show In Trouble With Government
By LydiahNewsKenya | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 2708 views
BASATA which is the regulatory board that advocates for clean content in Tanzania has issued summon order to Gigy Money who was in the country a few weeks ago to take part in Wife Material Season two which received a lot of backlash from Kenyans.
According to BASATA, the socialite was banned for six months not to make any public appearance but wen against her punishment by flying to Kenya to take part in the controversial online show by Eric Omondi.
Gigy Money is the same woman who was the center of attraction during the banning of WASAFI TV when he was recorded showing her flesh during a live concert in Kigoma Tanzania. If found guilty her punishment is expected to be extended or even face a jail term for going against a regulatory organization which is a state organization. Kindly follow the writer for more updates on the same.
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