'Churchill Show' recording cancelled over coronavirus fears

Daniel Ndambuki alias Churchill [Photo: Courtesy]

Laugh industry has cancelled Churchill Show recordings following a government directive on public gatherings after the first coronavirus case in Kenya was confirmed.

In a statement, the company said that the live recording which was set for March 14 in South C has been scrapped till further notice.

“We regrettably wish to inform our loyal fans, supporters and the general public that the live recording of Churchill Show South C edition has been cancelled.

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According to Laugh Industry, customers who had purchased tickets to the show need not worry as the show will be held at a later date.

“Your ticket remains valid as soon as confirmation for resumption of public events.

“We would like to take this opportunity to apologize to every one of you who was looking forward to the event as it was never our intention to disappoint all of you,” part of the statement read.

However, Churchill Show airing will not be interrupted by the directive.

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Below is the statement in full:

 


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