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President Uhuru Kenyatta has pledged to allocate funds towards boosting talented youth in the country especially in the music industry. President Kenyatta who graced the Groove Awards Saturday evening, reiterated the value his government has placed on the youth of this country. The president was accompanied by sports cabinet secretary Ali Wario who promised to curb cases of music piracy to ensure artists benefits from their work. Among the big winners of the night was Gloria Muliro and Willy Paul famous for their song Sitolia, emerging best female and male artists of the year respectively. But to cap it all NTV’s gospel show Crossover 101 scooped the best TV show of the year. Crossover 101 is one of the most watched gospel shows on TV and has been on air for more than 5 years.