Nadia Mukami In Hospital After Busia Concert (PHOTOS)
She posted on her Instagram stories of her hospitalization on Sunday, May 2 following a concert she performed in at a popular restaurant in Busia
Celebrated popstar Nadia Mukami has been hospitalized following a concert she attended in Busia, where she was one of the main acts.
She posted on her Instagram stories of her hospitalization on Sunday, May 2 following the concert she performed in at a popular restaurant in Busia, hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the cessation of movement into and out of the counties of Nairobi, Machakos, Kajiado, Kiambu and Nakuru.
She however did not disclose the reason she was in hospital.
Nonetheless, she thanked her fans for gracing her event in their numbers and she rewarded them for their loyalty by delivering an exhilarating performance.
On Saturday, April 25, Mukami was assigned by Deputy President William Ruto to lead a team of creatives meant to pick an individual to join his advisory team.
During his meeting with stakeholders in the creative industry on Saturday, April 25, Ruto disclosed that he had a plan to include creative artists in entertainment into his advisory.
Mukami was selected to lead a creative working group tasked with identifying the individual to represent the team at the high table.
She was in attendance at DP Ruto's meeting with players from the creative industry alongside artists such as Khaligraph Jones, who had called for the reopening of the country for several weeks.
Among the issues that dominated the discussion included the COVID-19 pandemic which has brought a slew of health and economic challenges that have ravaged the country, negatively impacting millions of livelihoods particularly in the hospitality, creative and entertainment sectors.
The artistes raised issues of grave concern affecting them and offered to help flatten the curve. They also made suggestions on the best way forward that will help the government and their respective industries raise some income.
Among the requests made included the creation of a special government fund to support the artists, government and persons of goodwill to reengineer the industry digitally by setting up of online music concerts and assist the industry adapt to the new normal.
They further asked the government to provide a road map, timelines and measurable milestones whose attainment will lead to the re-opening of the country. This, they mentioned, would help plan on how they would resume their activities.