Less than one month later, Cleophas chose 16 selections on Belgium vs Russia, staked 33 shillings and won himself 2.5 Million Kenya Shillings! (2,500,00). Pia Mimi Sasa nadai kuingizia shikisha bet, it seems I can be the next millionaire! pic.twitter.com/SVYpUQ5lNj
This is all for the benefit of all players in the industry. So encouraging. #KenyaTZCannesMoUpic.twitter.com/TnxHz93Qkp
We need to change the misleading narrative about Africa as a dark and hopeless continent by highlighting the positive aspects of our continent through film. #KenyaTZCannesMoU @InfoKfcbpic.twitter.com/wBbz6tErEa
The signing of the agreement between @InfoKfcb and Busy Bees Production is a great achievement for a process that started during the 2017 edition of the @Festival_Cannes. #KenyaTZCannesMoU @GoingBongopic.twitter.com/lLcY4ouucs
Producers should focus on focus on telling our local stories from our local lenses, and keep the culture of celebrating our positive attributes, glorifying our virtues of hard work, patriotism, love, generosity etc. alive. #KenyaTZCannesMoU
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