Clean content still sell,ex-KFCB boss to Artists

Dr. Ezekiel Mutua (left) Minayo Akama (center) and Prophet Akama photo: Michael Mbugua

Ex-KFCB boss Dr. Ezekiel Mutua has urged Kenyan artists to stick to creating clean content.

Mutua said most Kenyans are yearning for content that can inspire them while also making money for the artists.

Speaking during the launch of Testimony radio and Televishion channels, Mutua urged content creators to use Nigeria films industry as a case study for clean and Godly content which continues to rake in millions.

” In Nigeria today, Nollywood is the second biggest contributor to their GDP. All their movies end with ” To God be the Glory” because most of those talents were nurtured in church”, he said.

He also urged Kenyans to utilize the digital space brought about by the digital migration by becoming innovative and create employment.

“Instead of young people complaining, use the digital space by creating content.We have very many Tvs today that need script writers, producers and many opportunities which creates employment”, he added.

Mutua commended Prophet Fred Akama for launching Testimony radio and TV saying it will go along way in creating employment and clean content.

On his part, Akama said he will be signing contracts with artists to produce clean music, content for his media channels while earning from their sweat.