Grandpa Records robbed over Sh1.5 million worth equipment’s

The studio is located in Olympic Estate in Kibera

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Grandapa Records owned by Yusuf Noah aka Refigah Heavyweight, are counting loses after thieves broke into their studio located in Olympic Estate in Kibera and walked with studio equipment’s valued at over Sh1.5 million.

Through a social media post seen by Pulselive.co.ke the Grandpa CEO, mentioned that, thieves managed to steal a mixer, sound card, compressor, three set of recording microphones, sound systems and two monitors.

Adding that they are working with the police to try and track the equipment's which might take a few days before the record label resumes normal operations.

Refigah says he was notified about the incident by one of his producers at the Studio and he believes it might have been an inside job.

Olympic estate Kibera

 “To all our esteemed clients and partners, we are very sorry to announce that we woke up today to a great shock, our office at Olympic estate has been broken into and we have lost all the production equipment's, Since morning, we have been cooperating with the police carrying out the investigations and so far we have a suspect, for now, we are letting the police do their work and for the law to take its course. We suspect this could be an inside job because this has never happened since we moved here. They stole all equipment, from the mixer, sound card, compressor, three set of recording microphones, sound systems and two monitors. We are talking of a loss of about Sh1.5 million shillings” said Refigah.

The incident comes weeks after the Record Label re-branded signing new artistes set to be introduced in the Kenyan Music Industry.

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