Popular record label Grandpa Record are counting millions in loses after thieves broke in on Wednesday 20 and swept the Kibera-based studio clean.
The break in, which happened dead at night, saw the thugs walk away with recording equipment that has taken the label years to acquire.
Taking to social media, GrandPa Record’s CEO Yusuf Noah assured fans and clients that he’s working with police to track the equipment and might take a few days before the record label can resume normal operations.
“To all our esteemed clients and partners, we are very sorry to announce that we woke up today to a great shock, our office at olympic estate
has been broken into and we have lost all the production equipments,” said Noah, popularly known as Refigah.
“Since morning, we have been cooperating with the police carrying out the investigations and so far we have a suspect, for now, we are letting the police do their work and for the law to take its course.”
The break in comes barely a month after Grandpa announced their comeback following two years of silence. The record label has been making progressive moves to ensure it reclaims its top spot and once again
Refigah assured fans that the robbery will not flatten his spirit to rule again.
“Meanwhile I would like to ask you to be patient, bare with us for a few days, we will be able to put everything in place and work will commence as per usual. No one will kill our spirit ALUTA CONTINUA.”