Lobby group wants Kisii artist Chris Mosioma's Embarambamba live performance to be banned

Embarambamba live performance photo

 

Entitled Embarambamba live performance in the forest with a cow, the gospel singer jumps on top of a terrified cow.

The frightened cow advances to toss him off its back before running for its dear life.

The Kisii gospel artist Chris Mosioma says the holy spirit flows much when he does such activities.

However, his methods of entertainment have provoked the launch of a petition calling for him to be banned from performing such acts.

The petition directed to the CS Ministry of Health, Kenya Mental Health Board, Kenya Psychiatrists Association, Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB), Kisii Council of Elders among other bodies said that his actions might justify being harmful not only to himself but also to fans.

 
"Nguzo Africa on behalf of concerned Kenyans hereby petition the above-mentioned institutions to urgently stop the Kisii artist "Embarambamba" whose official names are Chris Mosioma from doing strange stunts that may affect his safety, followers and the environment,” part of the petition read in part.

“We are concerned that despite the artist's confessions that he gets flooded with "Holy Spirit" when he performs, none of the concerned institutions has taken action to assess his state of mental health.”


The petition wants Embarambamba’s moves to be stopped “to reduce copying of the artist’s stunts by young people.”

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