Eric Omondi has reportedly reached an agreement with the organizers of singer Zuchu’s shows in Kenya.
The Tanzanian songbird is scheduled to perform in Nairobi on Saturday, December 10 at the Ngong Racecourse Waterfront.
The Wasafi singer will then perform in Eldoret on Sunday, December 11.
Zuchu is being brought to Kenya by the entertainment company Jabali, which Omondi says reached out to him about the concert.
According to the comedian, he and Jabali agreed on three conditions for Zuchu to perform in the country.
1. Zuchu is to be paid 50% for Nairobi and 50% for Eldoret (This has been done👍)
2. 5 Kenyan Artists to Headline the Concerts in Nairobi and Eldoret. (This will be done before end of tomorrow(Thursday, October 27)
3. I will host and be part of the Concerts to ensure all goes as planned and agreed.
Thank you Jabali Entertainment for Contacting me about the @officialzuchu concert,” Omondi noted.
Meanwhile, the self-proclaimed gatekeeper of the local music industry says his Bill seeking 75% local airplay will be tabled in Parliament next Tuesday.
Omondi made the remarks after holding talks with Embakasi MP Babu Owino on Tuesday.
“Today at Parliament buildings with Hon. Babu Owino working on the last touches for next week Tuesday. Next week Tuesday we will be tabling the Bill in Parliament officially. Its a Journey but we will get there. The MPs will pass the Bill and the President will sign it into Law,” Omondi said.
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