The award winning and celebrated Kenyan musician jaguar, who is also a member of the National Agency for the Campaign against Drug Abuse (Nacada) was in Nairobi for a youth drive addressing youths about the dangers of abusing drugs. During the event Jaguar took the chance to condemn governors who are introducing imposed levies on performing artists from others counties to perform in their counties.
Jaguar said “How can you ask me levies when I go to perform in Mombasa, Kisumu or Nakuru simply because I am based in Nairobi, Isn’t this dividing Kenyan artistes? Are our fans going to be divided into such blocks?” .He also emphasized that this regulations by Governors will bring division which will result in tribalism in the country. Jaguar’s remarks which seemed to be directed to the Coastal governor Ali Hassan Joho who has been pushing for 70% of coastal music to be air played on their stations and Levies charged on outside artists performing in the coastal region.