Renown music producer Tedd Josiah went online to share his two cents on the new Kenya Film and Broadcasting Commission licensing regulations. A huge name in the industry, Josiah acts as an authority for many upcoming stars after years of working with local legends including Necessary Noize and Didge among more.
In an emotional plea to President Uhuru Kenyatta, Josiah went on to outline various issues. He took to Instagram where he pointed out ” the govt needs to play a more active role in the development of music videos, short films, and vloggers as opposed to charging young people fees every single time they want to shoot something. As a nation, we have allowed Nigerians, South Africans and even Tanzanians to pass us creatively and fly the African flag while we are known only for runners 🏃♂️! CHANGE TIME!!”