Kudos Mheshimiwa for the good initiative
During his campaigns, Jaguar promised his people lots development that will change their living standards. He also promised to help Ghetto Youth hustle for themselves by creating self-employment.
In a parliamentary session, Jaguar explained the need of having tough rules to secure the entertainment industry.
The legislator said that making music in the Kenya industry is tough especially in terms of earning money.
“It is only in Kenya where you make music and produce it during the day and by the time it is evening, it has already been pirated!” said Jaguar
According to him, issues of piracy are slowly killing the Kenyan entertainment industry and therefore action needs to be taken to save the artist from the ongoing exploitation.
“Mr. Speaker Sir, we need to look into it so that we create employment for the youth and give the hopeless hope" Jaguar said
Fellow musicians including Elani shared his video stating that they were in full support of Jaguar’s move that will rescue the Kenyan Entertainment Industry.
For a very long time, Kenyans have been violating the copyright law put in place and Jaguars move will end the prone act of piracy.