Friday, 16 July 2010


Tanzanian songbird Rose Muhando will be in the country Saturday July 17, for a Nakuru gig on Sunday July 18, at Afraha Stadium. Rose’s popularity in the East African region has grown over the years. She has risen through the ranks from the lead singer with Moshi-based Mamajusi Anglican choir to the musical giant she is now. Her 2008 hit Nibebe from the album Jipange Sawa Sawa makes her a force to reckon, years later.
The aim of event is to promote and unite gospel artists in East Africa. She will share a stage with Daddy Owen, Dunco, Eunice Njeri, Emmy Kosgei, Allan Aaron, Jimmie Gait, Betty Bayo, Joseph Wa Kabura, Ben Githae, Loise Kim, Mercy Wairegi and Alice Kamande.