Fans of the Churchill Show live recording have been informed
that the South C Edition that was scheduled for Saturday, March 14, 2020, has
Speaking to Ureport, Laugh Industry’s Ken Waudo stated that
the decision is in line with the government’s directive about public events in
the wake of the Coronavirus.
“We had met with several stakeholders prior to the presser
by Health CS Mutahi Kagwe and we saw it prudent to cancel the show.
“We wish to inform our loyal customers who have purchased
their tickets that the South C Edition will still happen at a later date and
your ticket remains valid,” he said.
Adding: “As soon as we are given the greenlight by the
Ministry of Health we shall communicate.
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“We would like to apologise to every one of you who was
looking forward to the event as it was never our intention to disappoint you,”
The Ministry of Health on Friday announced the first case of
Coronavirus in Kenya and urged the public to observe preventive measures.
Speaking during a presser at Harambee House, CS Mutahi Kagwe
said that a 27-year-old lady had tested positive for the virus and was admitted
at the Infectious Diseases Unit at the Kenyatta National Hospital.
As a preventive measure, all public gatherings, meetings,
games, events and church crusades have been suspended.
Churches can have services as long as they have sanitizers
at several points.
Although schools are yet to be closed, inter-school games
have also been cancelled.