With many artistes currently baying for Music Copyright Society of Kenya’s (MCSK) top brass blood, the music body’s CEO, Maurice Okoth has come out to defend himself against any taints aimed at him.
Speaking to Spice via phone, Maurice passionately stated that while artistes had the right to air their opinions on his lifestyle, he is ready for a lifestyle audit and further revealed that his assets have been acquired on loan.
“I am ready for an audit because I know I have nothing to hide. My house where I currently live (Kileleshwa) was acquired on mortgage and the car is also on loan, which I service with my salary,” he stated.
In an earlier interview with a local radio station, Maurice admitted he could resign if asked to, but only by the board or if the members posed the statement in an AGM resolution.