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Embarambamba begs KFCB to forgive him, vows to change

By Antynet Ford

Controversial artist Chris Mosioma alias Embarambamba has apologized to the Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB) and sanctioned him for what the body said is lewd content damaging the society’s moral fabric.

The Kisii-based artist shared on his social media platforms begging KFCB not to take action against him, saying his kids will suffer if his content is removed from online platforms.

Embarambamba said he solely relies on his content for an income, which in turn he uses to feed his family, and the latest move by KFCB will only throw them into suffering.

“I kindly ask for forgiveness because the letter you have sent to me has a strong message. Anyone born human cannot be straight without mistakes. I kindly beg for your forgiveness.” Embarambamba begged KFCB.

Further, he went ahead to ask forgiveness from Kenyans, saying anyone offended by his songs and content, should find it in their heart to forgive him.

“I thought I was singing songs for God so that my kids could go to school and eat well as other kids and make their lives and mine better. I am unable to fellow Kenyans.” He said.

He admitted that what he has been doing online is not right, saying he is looking forward to changing his content to reflect societal expectations.

“Do not delete all my songs on YouTube. Let them be as I vow to change for good. I want my kids to go to school and eat well.” He further begged.

The remorse by Embarambamba comes after KFCB sanctioned him alongside another artist identified as Getumbe over their controversial ‘gospel’ songs.

KFCB ordered the removal from YouTube and social media platforms of all songs done by the two artists.

Further, they were barred from doing more lewd songs in the name of gospel music.

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