Rose Muhando Sparks Debate With Sh50,000 Concert Entrance Fee

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Veteran Tanzanian Gospel singer Rose Muhando will be launching her new album this month in Nairobi, but one of her announcement details has caught the attention of netizens.

An advert on her YouTube channel confirmed that the event would occur at Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel along Waiyaki Way, from 12 pm to 6 pm on 27th February 2021.

However, it is the entrance fee on the poster that has sparked debate. According to the information, the Nibebe hitmaker will be charging Sh 50,000 per person! A section of netizens had assumed that the amount was in the Tanzanian denomination.

However, information on her YouTube channel revealed that the entrance fee is indeed in Kenyan Shillings.

“I need your support and contribution so that I may continue preaching the word of God in all corners of the earth,” she said.

A good number of her followers were left wondering why she charged that much to launch an album.

“Hii pesa ni ya Kenya ama Tanzania? Nahofia sana (Is this Kenyan or Tanzanian currency. I will be shocked if it turns out to be Kenyan)” one J Monene joined hundreds of bewildered fans on Instagram.

Muhando rose back to prominence in 2019 after undergoing a turbulent period in her life. She accused unknown individuals of conning her millions of money and attempting to assassinate her.

In a recent interview, Rose revealed that she is currently living in Dodoma, Tanzania, and is picking up her broken pieces after being spared by God.

Source: The Standard

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