A Kenyan Has Been Picked To Head The Phonographic Industry in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Angela Ndambuki, A Kenan has been picked to join the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) as the director for the Sub-Saharan region effective July 1 for a term of two years.

Ms. Ndambuki, a lawyer and a former member of girl-band Tatuu is the younger sibling to comedian Churchill Ndambuki.

IFPI represents record companies globally through promoting value of recorded music, campaigning for the rights of record producers, and expanding the commercial uses of recorded music.

In her new role, Ms. Ndambuki is expected to work across the region’s 46 IFPI member countries.

The organisation announced her appointment via Twitter saying:


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