Henry Mwanje, a former member of the band Da Nu Eagles, has spoken out about his former boss, Lutaaya. He is incredibly negative – Henry Mwanje insults his old boss.
He also speaks out on how much he used to make per performance.
The “Mweenye” singer revealed that he used to receive Shs50k per show, regardless of how far they would drive to perform.
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Before joining the Da Nu Eagles, Mwanje had always hoped to play with a group of artists that would at the very least pay him make Shs10k each event in 2014.
He, happily, was able to join Da Nu Eagles in 2015, and everything got off to a good start
His goal of making Shs 10K every show was exceeded because their employer started by paying Shs 20,000.
Over the years, his salary rose from Shs 20K to Shs 50K.
Henry Mwanje writes that he was grateful for all his managers did for him.
This included giving him a place to live and Shs50k to use whenever he needed assistance solving problems.
Henry Mwanje is heard in a very long interview pleading with his former boss Geoffrey Lutaaya to promote optimism after the latter accused him of being so negative despite having prepared him for the music business.