Kelvin kioko popularly known as Bahati has lost a case after Nairobi principal magistrate Bernard Ochoi acquitted Peter Mwanyola ( Peter Blessings) who was charged with obtaining 2 million from Bahati on July 4, 2009, and July 5, 2020, by pretending to have the ability to produce music videos for him.
The court has ruled that the case is civil and cannot be tried as a criminal suit and therefore terming the case as an abuse of the court process.
Peter worked at EMB studio in Nairobi as a producer where Bahati claimed he received the money from, as he was trying to produce a video for his music.
Even though this case was acquitted, there have been allegations of scandals going on at the music studios where people lose their money especially the upcoming musicians that are not well acquainted with how things work, and this case might have put some light on some musicians not to trust everyone easily.
Considering this court ruling, what your views on the case and also about what you have heard about things going around in music studios? Drop your comments below.
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