The Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) is on the spot after The Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) Board of Directors declined to renew its license for the year 2017. The decision by the Board of Directors was made after MCSK failed to submit a list of its members and amounts received in royalties. It also failed to produce its latest audited financial statements for the year ending June 2016. mcsk-loses-licence-due-to-lack-of-accountability-ceases-operations-of-collecting-royalties.“In the absence of audited financial statement and a list of members who were paid royalties in the last one year, the Board found that the society did not qualify for renewal since an assessment of the society’s performance for the past year was not possible. As such the application for renewal was rejected,” explained KECOBO’s executive director Edward Sigei.
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