Unity bid among musicians hailed in Murang'a
Unity, brotherhoodThey said on Saturday that the wrangles would no longer stand in their way, since they would be guided by the principles of unity and brotherhood. “Years have been wasted as efforts to bring the members together suffered setbacks,” said DeMathew. “We have an investment that in the coming years will be a major source of our income. The music studio will be used to assist the upcoming musicians,” he added. The death of Kamaru in November last year saw the artistes call for unity among themselves and look for ways to improve their welfare. Wa Iria told the musicians venturing into real estate was the wisest decision. “I am discouraging the musicians from creating saccos with different intentions. Their destiny lies in real estate, which has high returns,” said Wa Iria. He also emphasised that having an umbrella body such as Tamco would help them fight piracy. “Through unity and focus, the group can defeat piracy, which has been a major threat,” said Wa Iria.
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