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Revealed: Mbosso wanted Ksh 1.5 million for Malindi performance but was giving only Ksh 1.3 million therefore didn’t perform 

April 26, 2019 at 10:12
Revealed: Mbosso wanted Ksh 1.5 million for Malindi performance but was giving only Ksh 1.3 million therefore didn't perform 

Wasafi superstar Mbosso didn’t perform at Malindi Festival because of  a Ksh 200,000 disagreement with the organisers.

According to reports Mbosso’s contract stated that he was to be paid Ksh 1.3 million first and then the final 200K before taking stage. The organisers however, paid only Ksh 1.3 and promised to send the rest later. He refused to perform.

Disagreement

The event organisers said they did not have the money, but promised to top up the balance once the festival was over, a pledge Mbosso refused to entertain.

“Najiskia Vibaya Sana kutojumuika nanyi wakazi wa Malindi leo, najua Mmetoka Mbali kwa Ajili yangu, Ila Kukipambazuka nitaelezea Kila Kitu Juu ya Waandaji wa Show hii Siwezi kukaa Kimya.” he posted. 

He later added a full explanation on why fans shouldn’t be angry over his decision not to perform.

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Mapema sana Asubuhi ya jana nilipost Clip yangu ya kuonyesha nikiwa safarini kutoka Dare es Salaam Tanzania kuja Malindi Kenya, nilikuwa mtu mwenye furaha Sana kuonyesha ni kiasi gani ninashauku ya kufika kuimba na kufurahi na mashabiki zangu wa Malindi Kenya .. ila Mambo yakaenda tofauti kutokana na makubaliano waliofanya baina ya waandaaji wa show na Management Yangu kwenye upande wa malipo kutotimiza ahadi zao na kwenda kinyume na tofauti na walivyokubaliana na kusainishana kwenye mikataba na uongozi Wangu, hivyo basi management yangu haikuweza kuniruhusu kufanya show pasipo kukamilika kwa malipo waliokubaliana.. Poleni sana Mashabiki wangu Muliotoka Sehemu mbalimbali kuja kujumuika nami najua ni kiasi gani mmejisikia vibaya ila sikuwa na budi nilazima nifate kanuni za uongozi , ila Ukweli ni kuwa waandaaji wa show hawakutaka na hawakuonyesha nia yakutaka kulipa pesa iliyobakia kama malipo kutokana na makubaliano na uongozi wangu .. "Tafadharini sana waandaaji wa shows, jitahidini kukamilisha malipo ya msanii kama mulivyokubaliana na uongozi wake maana munatuingiza kwenye Changamoto kubwa sana na mashabiki zetu …" 🙏

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    Blue Tube Report
    The film is about two law enforcement officers Ray and Danny, in Chicago. The two officers have adopted ‘the end justifies the means’ approach in their jobs. They are known for using unconventional police methods to make arrests. The two officers, attempt to arrest a drug dealer by using a wire to obtain evidence that will incriminate the drug dealer. The officers managed to capture their suspect, but most of the criminals escaped. The captain sends Ray and Danny on compulsory vacation which leads them to quit law enforcement. Later in the film, the drug dealer is released on bail.
    The film ends with the killing of the drug dealer is killed. Ray and Danny had vowed to arrest the drug dealer and have him arraigned before they quit law enforcement, but using appropriate methods. At first, the two officers were eccentric while on duty but the second time they were not, and it enabled them to confiscate a drug shipment and stop the drug dealer. This situation illustrates clearly the classical approach to criminology where people have a choice to follow the law or not.
    The arrest scene of the drug dealer in the film clearly illustrates the Miranda Rights. Ray and Danny find him hiding, and they assault him and make him recite the Miranda warning. Usually, the officer is the one that explains the Miranda rights to the criminal suspect. Also, the informant that the officers were using to attempt to obtain evidence to arrest the drug dealer was shot dead. This illustrates active victim precipitation because the victim increased his chances of being victimized by agreeing to be an informant.
    The film is comprehensive and detailed. The methods used by the officers while on duty are well illustrated. I would recommend the movie to other criminology students. It would assist the students in raising the question of what factors should be considered when evaluating the effectiveness of a criminal justice system?

  2. @nicksonkyegon : April 27, 2019 at 9:22 pm

    Give a man his bread hehe

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