Mulamwah announces closure of his record label Mulamwah Entertainment

Comedian David Oyando, alias Mulamwah has announced closure of his record label, Mulamwah Entertainment barely two months after launching it.

In a social media post, the comic announced the closure, further sympathising with his signee, Vall Wambo who was recently subjected to cyber bullying over Mulamwah’s relationship with his ex-girlfriend, Carol Sonnie.

In the recent past, Wambo has been trolled over accusations that she was involved with Mulamwah.

“I am sorry Vall Wambo, you are still very young and with a promising future, my dream was to see you grow into a big star, not only you but many more too. So unfortunate that the environment created online is not healthy at all, all the trolls and abuse online should not be your portion,” Mulamwah wrote. 


“I was there before and i dont want you at the same spot. Its quite difficult to progress with all this friction. I hereby announce indefinate clossure of mulamwah ent.” 

Mulamwah went ahead to disclose that content created by the upcoming artiste will be fully owned by her and she has the freedom to post on the YouTube channel of her choice.

“Everything created for you belongs to you and you own 100% of your music and all the accounts created

“All the songs have been deleted from our end, you’ll be given the videos to post on whatever channel of your choice. All the best. Kindly accord her all the support she needs,” he added. 

The comic unveiled Wambo on Friday, October 22 complete with a new song.

“Welcome to Mulamwah Ent Vall Wambo as the first signed artist. Wishing you all the best in your career ahead . Meanwhile Enjoy the cover (dawa ya baridi),” wrote Mulamwah. 

Wambo kicked off her journey in the music industry with a cover of Mr. Seed featuring Masauti’s hit song dubbed, Dawa ya Baridi.

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