“It’s showtime!” Naiboi urges creatives to get back to hustle

Sondeka hitmaker Naiboi is very angry at Kenyan politicians for double standards when it comes to adhering to COVID-19 restrictions that prohibit social gatherings.

The talented artist whose real name is Michael Kennedy Claver,has taken to social media and called on his fellow creatives to join forces and get back to their hustle.

In a social media rant shared on Instagram, the father of one said he is more than ready to perform in big crowds and concerts and any willing artiste should reach out to him to do the same.

Naiboi’s suggestion has come after a some Kenyan politicians were seen holding crowded rallies despite the strict social distancing directives given to curb the spread of the virus.

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“Yoo, it’s show time. To all the guys whose jobs depend on a crowd I believe it’s go time. Ma promoter nipigieni simu niterperform kwa kiwanja. The truth about Corona is right here in this picture.” He wrote

Hinting disappointment at Kenya’s leadership, he requested event organisers and promoters to host gigs and concerts for creatives.

“The potential that this country Has inaniumanga sana when our leaders…….Watu wa events mnangoja ni @chriskirwa
Blessed week Kenyans” he added

Similarly, rapper Khaligraph Jones penned a letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta requesting for the closure of bars and social gatherings to be eased upon so musicians can perform live and make money.

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@ukenyatta Kindly on behalf of the Creative Industry of Kenya we are Requesting that you allow us to get back to work, allow for the reopening of Clubs and Restaurants, Measures and precautions shall be taken to ensure COVID 19 doesn’t further spread, The youth are suffering from Depression in Silence, Kindly look into this Matter, also Some of our Hits songs are Going To waste, People want to see @femi_one and @mejjagenge perform Utawezana. Rada Chafu sana, #respecttheogs,” read Khaligraph’s letter to President Kenyatta.