Tuesday, 16 September 2014

POLICE ARE YET TO RELEASE GALLERY WATATU ART WORK BEING HELD AT THE STATION SINCE LAST YEAR

 Police are yet to realize Gallery Watatu great  art work being held at police station in Langata since last year according to Watatu director the late Adama Diawara doughtier Hawa Diawara
 Hawa told media in Nairobi early this week that she is waiting for court order in order for the artwork to be released from police station adding that some Italian brokers are aiming the great art work.
She pointed out that a named Italian collector had offered her Ksh  10 million but  refused adding that Watatu greate work worth millions of shillings because they included to World artist Jak Katarikawe who sold one pice recently for Ksh 1 million offered by to TV personality Jeff Koinange
Hawa said that she will not sale her fathers collection but instead  promised to stage not for sale exhibition in Nairobi in order to show the World   what  Gallery Watatu had because it was the biggest Center in East and central Africa.
While calling on the police  to issue order she pointed out that much money is being spend to visit the center now and then in order to make sure that art work are safe.
 Last year police officers stormed at a building in Kitengela in what was believed to be the biggest art scandal in the Country and impounded art work worth millions of shilling ready to be taken out  of the Country
 The man who was behing the scandal acting director of Gallery Watau Kofi Asei had run away from the Country while Adama son was arrested and set free, majority of the art work at the police station are Adama collection Ruth Sch-funner and artist work