Angela Ndambuki Elected Kenya Association Of Music Producers Chairperson
Angela Ndambuki has been elected as the first female chairperson of the Kenya Association of Music Producers (KAMP), the body representing the rights and interests of producers of sound recordings whose membership comprises record labels. KAMP now becomes the only collective management organization (CMO) board...
Girl Band Singer to Head Regional Music Group
IFPI, the organisation that represents the recorded music industry worldwide, has opened its first regional office in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Angela Ndambuki takes fight for her KNCCI job to court
A preliminary ruling by the Employment and Labour Relations court appears to have given the ex-CEO some reprieve by temporarily stopping the board from replacing her
Inside story: Fallout that led to Angela Ndambuki’s sacking
It is understood that the former Tatuu Band songtress had earlier been asked by the KNCCI board to resign “to save face” but declined, which forced it to sack her
Singer who became KNCCI CEO fired while on probation
Chairman Kiprono Kittony told Capital FM that Ndambuki was on probation for eight months, and the board decided not to confirm her
Girl band singer’s rise to Kenya’s top CEO
Former Tatuu girl band member Angela Ndambuki, now the new CEO of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry, talks about her new job, life after music, family life and more.