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Gospel singer Mercy Masika forced to cancel new marketing campaign following Dusit D2 attack

January 16, 2019 at 09:12
Gospel singer Mercy Masika forced to cancel new marketing campaign following Dusit D2 attack

Gospel singer Mercy Masika has canceled an event set to take place at the Dusit D2 hotel after yesterday’s terror attack.

The singer was set to launch a marketing promotion of a soap brand today but had to move the date.

“Mercy Masika was set to launch a new marketing campaign for a soap brand. Sharing the information with media. As a result of the attack on Dusit Hotel along Riverside Drive, we have postponed tomorrow’s event to a later date.” her team wrote. 

Postponed to later date

Masika and Ariel Kenya were to unveil a campaign dubbed “Ultimate Guarantee” to reward Domestic Managers (DMs) across the country.

Following the attack that has left dozens injured, several events set to happen in the hotel have been canceled.

“We shall confirm the new date once the brand decided on a date and the situation is more conducive. We would like to express our hope that all those affected by the attack receive the help they require. We stand in solidarity with the rest of the country in this trying time.” said Masika’s team. 

 

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