LOCAL actor Mukoma Kenny has unleashed the second part of his hilarious drama Councillor Papa Pee Part 2.
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Released last week, the drama comes coupled with a new single called Mapostori.
The comedian continues to show his versatility with the release of the single which chronicles the battering of several anti–riot police officers by members of the Johane Masowe weChishanu apostolic sect in Budiriro 2 early this year.
Councillor Papa Pee Part 2 comes after the success of Papa Pee Part 1 which, according to Mukoma Kenny, was well received on the local market.
“I believe drama and music combine in teaching people about social issues hence I use my creativity to communicate to people through acting and music,” said Mukoma Kenny.
The drama features some veteran actors such as Felex Mafumhe Mutasa of Tiriparwendo fame and jazz musician Patience Musa.
In reaction to the growing harm of piracy, Mukoma Kenny is currently promoting the drama through performing in different communities and schools.
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Mukoma Kenny (real name Zabron Kazani) turned a new leaf in his career in 2013 when he released his debut six-track album Haana Kufanira which is a fusion of pansula and traditional music.
The 34-year-old artiste has staged live music shows in different parts of the country that include Chinhoyi, Chegutu and other places around Harare.
Mukoma Kenny started acting in 1997. His first drama Zvakabva Kwamuri was aired on radio that year.
The drama which he wrote while he was in Form 3 was produced by veteran novelist Aaron Chiundura Moyo.
Mukoma Kenny has featured in many productions which include NdiGringo Chete, Zuku, where he acted as Hoza, Vana Avo where played the role of Boss, Togara Sei as Mukoma Kenny, Nyarai as Baba Peace, Nzuda naKenny and Akanga Nyimo Avangarara among others.