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Nadia Mukami declares herself the richest female artiste in East Africa

Mimi niko kwa level yangu. Kihela sidhani there is any Tanzanian female artiste ananishinda kihela wengine wetu hatuongei lakini mashamba zile tuko nazo tukianza kutoa Title Deed watu watakimbia - Nadia Mukami

Kenyan songstress Nadia Mukami

Kenyan songstress Nadia Mukami has claimed that she holds the record as the richest female musician in East Africa.

The singer noted that for the years that she has been in the game, she has toiled her way to the top both in terms of talent as well as wealth, noting that she has vast properties and assets that no female singer in the region can match.

The award-winning singer told a local YouTuber that her wealth is spread across assets, investments and money.

"Mimi niko kwa level yangu. Kihela sidhani there is any Tanzanian female artiste ananishinda kihela wengine wetu hatuongei lakini mashamba zile tuko nazo tukianza kutoa Title Deed watu watakimbia. Kihela, kimashamba, assets, investments, sidhani kuna mtu ananishinda ata Kenya," Mukami stated before confirming her belief that 'Sidhani kuna artiste ananishinda ata East Africa".

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The statement can be loosely translates to:

“I’m on my own level. In terms of money, I don’t think there is a female artiste who has more money than me in Tanzania. Some of us don’t talk, but the land that we have, if we start showing title deeds people will run away. In terms of money.”

Assets, investments – assets especially I don’t think there is a female artiste in East Africa. I came from Mwihoko and there you can get a lady driving even a Passo but they are very rich so I think I grew up seeing that and money don’t make a lot of noise. So in East Africa, I don’t think there is a female artiste who can beat me property-wise,” she added.

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The singer also explained that she manages the challenges in the industry by taking breaks to re-strategize and advised her colleagues in the industry learn to accept the situations they find themselves in.

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