ANDY MURIDZO CONTRACT WITH ‘MTM’ MILITARY TOUCH MOVEMENT TERMINATED
After so much back and forth as well as hearsay, Andy Muridzo is no longer part of Military Touch Movement. It It was reported in local newspaper the Sunday Mail that the contract between Andy Muridzo and Jah Prayzah’s Military Touch Movement was been officially terminated.
MTM had previously denied the departure of Muridzo from the team. Andy had gone on record to say that he was leaving MTM due to unfulfilled obligations.
Jah Prayzah’s manager, Keen Mushapaidze, wrote an official letter which read:
“We acknowledge receiving your email dated March 5, 2018 wherein you stated your intention to leave MTM and that you were terminating your contract with immediate effect. We would like to inform you that we have considered your request and hereby consent to the termination of your contract with MTM.”
His last album launch at 7 Arts Theatre in Harare was poorly advertised and subsequently attracted a small crowd. Furthermore, the album was not readily available both on the launch day and weeks after.
“Things are going to be done differently this time around. We are not going back to 7 Arts Theatre as we are opting for a different venue but within the CBD.
We noted mistakes from the previous launch and my management has come up with rectifying measures. Unlike the previous launch, we are this time going to make it intimate and about us,” added Muridzo.
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