• Amoury made it clear that Artistes, especially from Mombasa should love each other and work together if they want to experience success in their different fields
• The national hero noted that the Mombasa County Government has been and will be helping local creatives but if they show and appreciate unity
Celebrated Kenyan artiste and member of the Mombasa County Arts and Culture department Ally Amour Abdalla has come out to talk with fellow creatives about a number of things that will help them prosper.
Amoury, who is working closely with the Mombasa County Government and Shirko Media has called on fellow Artistes and other creatives to love each other and desist from trying to pull their counterparts down.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with My Bei and Chigulu Ngala on Msenangu FM, Amoury made it clear that Artistes, especially from Mombasa should love each other and work together if they want to experience success in their different creative fields.
According to Amoury, the Mombasa County Government has been and will be helping local creatives but if they show and appreciate unity.
These, the S.A.V Clan musician said while addressing claims that some Mombasa artistes were sent away when they sought assistance from the Governor’s office.
Amoury strongly denied claims that such Artistes were sent away holding that most just want to create rifts between artistes and showbiz stakeholders in Mombasa county.
“That artiste I can tell you for sure he did not come to our office. Most of them are referred to me for directions but I never interacted with him over the same. All I can say is that we need to love each other, maintain peace and support our own in whatever we do in the industry. No one knows of tomorrow, you never know who will help you in this life. So let us stop burning bridges,” Amoury told Msenangu FM.
Let us all follow the right channels and avenues to get to the Governor’s office and I promise I will be on the forefront to assist any artiste from Mombasa and Kenya a whole,” he added.
Amoury wrapped up by disclosing that the Mombasa County Government has many programs and initiatives in the pipeline, aimed at benefiting creatives and put money in their pockets.
Amoury sentiments came barely two weeks after he was listed among 157 Kenyan men and women honoured by the National Heroes Council as National Heroes.
Amoury, who is part of the one time popular music group S.A.V Clan received a National Heroes status for his contribution in the fight against drug abuse and promoting the Kenyan music industry over the years.
Following the major feat, Amoury took to social media to thank President Ruto, The National Heroes Council and Kenyans for honouring him and giving him his rightfully deserved flowers while he is still alive.
Kenyans from different parts of the world could not help but throng different social media platforms to congratulate him for the major national feat.