Days ago, the Kenya Copyright Board revoked the licence of Music Copyright Society of Kenya. It’s something that came as a shocker, yet brought a sigh of relief to local artistes who had on numerous occassions voiced their concerns over the way MCSK operated.
However, it threw most of the artistes into a state of confusion with most having no knowledge on what to do next. The Kenya Copyright Board has swiftly moved into action and decided to organise forums for the artistes on separate days on different towns. It’s not just the artistes but all the stakeholders in the music industry. The forums are aimed at reviewed what KECOBO has laid down as part of the regulations of collective rights management.
— IndependentGeek.exe (@ElvoKibet) February 20, 2017