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‘We love your work’: ODM explains why they used Sauti Sol’s song without permission

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party has showered boy band Sauti Sol with praises hours after the group threatened to sue the Raila Odinga’s Azimio La Umoja over breach of copyright.

The group accused Azimio of using their song ‘Extravaganza’ during the unveiling of Raila’s running mate Martha Karua without prior consent.

Sauti Sol

In Twitter post shared by ODM on Tuesday, May 17, the party showed the group love explaining that using their song was a show of support for their work.

“We would like to assure our celebrated musical team @sautisol that we love them and appreciate their music so much. The group has carried our country’s flag so high in international fora and every Kenyan appreciates this. Playing their song yesterday was a show of love for their work,” ODM wrote.

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