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October 7, 2013 – Liz Lenjo
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October 2013

300 Million Released for the Local Music Industry

Finally, some good news for the creatives in the music and film sector. Through the Youth Enterprise Development Fund, the Government has released 300 Million for those in the music industry to borrow and invest in their music. This means musicians, dancers, song writers among other music professionals can borrow money to invest in their productions, pay for studio time, pay for cast and crew for a music shoot, you name it! With all these expenses, now you have a place to borrow money from. The Youth Enterprise Fund has also joined hands with the Kenya Film Commission and Kenya Broadcasting Corporation to create the Vijana Film Fund....

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