A rumour that Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho brought American superstar Chris brown to Mombasa has been doing rounds on social media for almost three months now. The county government has however denied this saying the governor was not involved in any way.
Rumours have been going round especially on social media that Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho is directly involved in bringing American superstar Chris brown to Mombasa. Now, the county government has come out to address these rumours refuting the claims.
“I am asking the media to take note of this fact,” County Communications and Public Relations Director Richard Chaacha said.
“Our primary objective is to drive tourism back to Mombasa County and generate revenue towards the surrounding establishments while showcasing the best that the county has to offer.”
The show is scheduled for today at 2pm.
The Director also said Joho welcomed the show saying the event had the potential to increase music tourism in the county as well as the entire country and is happy with what Wale Wasee, a local music promotion company involved with bringing the artist, has done.
“We as Wale Wasee and Governor Joho are striving to put Mombasa and Kenya on the global scene as the African destination of choice for relaxation and quality entertainment,” said Chacha.
Rumours had it that Joho brought the artist as a show that he’s planning to support artists in Mombasa and attract investors and open up the county for more business opportunities.