-Ezekiel Mutua has assured Kenyan musicians of his support
-The new MCSK CEO assured the talents that his duty is to work for them, with them to create music
-Mutua who is well known as deputy jesus assured the artistes that he fight for them and defend their rights
Music Copyright Society of Kenya news CEO Ezekiel Mutua has assured Kenyan musicians of his support.
Posting on his social media pages on Tuesday, March 29, Mutua promised the talents that his duty is to work for them, with them to create music.
In his post, Mutua who is well known as deputy jesus assured the artistes that he fight for them and defend their rights.
“To all Kenyan musicians,My message is simple: I will work for you and with you to make music profitable and meaningful. I will fight for you, defend your rights and put conversations about music at the front table like I did with film. Together we shall raise the quality of Kenyan music and restore the lost glory of the industry. I am your champion,” read his post in part.
“In more progressive countries musicians are among the richest and most respected people in society. It can and will happen in Kenya too!
MCSK belongs to musicians and my brief is therefore to fight for your welfare. I appeal for your support as we begin the journey of reviving and repositioning this great industry,” added Mutua.
“To the MCSK Board of Directors, the wonderful colleagues that I have met so far, to all our stakeholders, to my friends and fans, thank you for the warm reception!”
Ezekiel Mutua Appointed MCSK CEO
The former Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) boss was recently appointed as the new CEO of the Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK).
Mutua’s appointment was announced by the MCSK Board Chairperson Lazarus Muli through a statement on Monday, March 28.
In his statement, Muli noted that Mutua who is well known as Kenya’s moral police appointment was effective Friday, March 25.
“Dr. Mutua’s appointment follows rigorous competitive interviews in which he emerged top among the candidates who were interviewed for the position,” read the statement in part.