Terence with his wife

COVID-19: “Direct My Money As An Artist To Assist Poor Kenyans” – Comedian Terence To Government

As other artists look forward to finally accessing the Ksh 100 million President Uhuru gave out to pay artists, comedians and actors in the country; comedian Terence has gone ahead to pull a never seen before move that has left many shocked!

Yes, Terence is grateful for the money and just like most entertainers; he must have been looking forward to using the cash in one way or the other.

But as seen on his latest Instagram post the father one went on to ask Mr President to redirect his share of the money.

According to Terrence he wants his share to help fight this pandemic; not forgetting to helping the less fortunate who can’t afford any food during this trying time.

Through his Instagram page Terrence wrote;

Hello government please direct my money as an artist to assist in fighting this pandemic and the needy Kenyans who can’t put anything on the table cause if the current situation. #prioritiesfirst #Kenyafirst


This comes as a big surprise especially since most artists couldn’t keep calm after the president’s announcement on the payment.

However, as for Terence he believes that there are greater things the Ksh 100 million can do for Kenya as a nation during this hard time!

As reported earlier most Kenyans seem to depend on daily basis salaries inorder to feed their families.

But with the pandemic putting everything on stand still; most of these families seem to have been left stranded especially by the government.


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