In Summary
  • The special composition on the theme ‘NSSF: Growing You For Good’ performed by Keveye Girls from Vihiga County moved the audience.

  • The team won the trophy for the best performance and the overall challenge award for the National Social Security Fund category with its song ‘Akiba’.

  • Kahuho Road Academy presented the winning choral verse, ‘Online’. This poem encourages safe use of the internet.

  • Kibabii University presented a cultural dance from eastern Uganda performed to encourage a boy who is about to be circumcised.

Forty-three teams presented items during the final concert of the 93rd edition of the Kenya National Music Festival at Kabarak University Tuesday.

Present were Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang, festival chairman Peter Wanjohi, executive secretary Ruth Agesa, Kabarak University Vice-Chancellor Henry Kiplangat and many other guests. 

CIRCUMCISED

The special composition on the theme ‘NSSF: Growing You For Good’ performed by Keveye Girls from Vihiga County moved the audience.

The team won the trophy for the best performance and the overall challenge award for the National Social Security Fund category with its song ‘Akiba’.

The song encourages a saving culture from an early age.

NSSF communication manager Christopher Khisa said the main highlights were saving for retirement, the benefits that accrue from the savings and creation of awareness on the right to social security.

The other team that thrilled the audience was St Alloys Academy, which presented a song praising a woman who supported orphans and the needy.

Kahuho Road Academy presented the winning choral verse, ‘Online’. This poem encourages safe use of the internet.

Kibabii University presented a cultural dance from eastern Uganda performed to encourage a boy who is about to be circumcised.

The team was directed by Dr Janet Babusea and Mr John Mukachi.

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