Rose Muhando Shocks Kenyans After Revealing The Entry Fee To Her Album Launch in Kempinski
By AbbyNews | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 4 views
Award winning Tanzanian gospel artist Rose Muhando has left Kenyans shocked after revealing the amount of money they will have to pay as entry fee to her album launch. The album launch will be on 27 th February 2020 and anyone who wants to get in will have to part ways with a whooping 50,000 Kenyan shillings.
The venue of the album launch is the luxurious Villa Rosa Kempinski in Nairobi Kenya where everything is said to be expensive due to the class of citizens who step there. But still many Kenyans commented that the price was exaggerated. Others commented that Rose Muhando might not be knowing there a huge difference between the value of Kenyan shillings and Tanzanian shillings.
Here are some of the comments on Rose Muhando's poster shared by Nairobi gossip club on Instagram;
Can you pay 50,000 Kenyan shillings to attend Rose Muhando's album launch at Kempinski Villa Rosa?
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