The self proclaimed Hustlers spokesperson Dennis Itumbi, has answered the famous comedian Eddie Butita on claims that the deputy president William Ruto was discriminative in his selection of the artistes he held a meeting with.
Butita stated that those who attended Ruto's yesterday's meeting were artistes majorly drawn from the music industry, "Leo creatives Walienda kuona deputy president, 99% were musicians, Good idea bad execution".
The meeting came after a focus rapper Khaligraph Jones appealed to the deputy president William Ruto to help out the suffering artistes who have been suffering since the President locked down the country and suspended the operations in most of the entertainment joints.
Itumbi while reacting to this claim by Butita, assured him that the deputy president William Ruto is expected to hold more meetings with artistes and that all will be able to meet him.
"Ndugu, that was just one of the many meetings. Even on Musicians this was just one aspect, different genres based in different places have also had a meeting. Tutaendelea tu. Until all are met. 70% of the sectors that make up Creative Sector, have had a meeting" Itumbi stated.
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