Friday, 7 October 2011

TO ITEN WITH LOVE - KENYAN CELEBRITIES




Over ten local artistes who have signed with the Safaricom Kenya Live programme paid a courtesy call to Iten Primary School in their second last installment of the Safaricom Kenya Live CSR event in Eldoret.
While there, they treated the children to a day filled with music performances and motivational talks on children who aspire to be musicians.  They also presented a cheque of Sh50,000 to the school.
The artistes who called on the pupils included Nameless, Wahu, Allan Aaron, Ally B, Jua Cali, M.O.G, Phonotex Success Band, Redsan, Blavion, Freeman, Kavale and Poqpine. Also joining the artistes on the visit was Safaricom Brand Assets Manager Virginia Wanyanga
 



 
The artistes also donated food items to the pupils and joined them for lunch a day before the Safaricom Kenya Live gig in Eldoret. 
The visit was part of the Safaricom Kenya Live CSR programme that sees the artistes interact with children and disadvantaged populations on each tour of their performances.
Now, the finale of the Safaricom Kenya Live gigs take place in Nairobi’s Nyayo stadium on Saturday October 8.
Safaricom Kenya Live shows have also been held in major towns like Bungoma, Mombasa, Kisumu and Machakos.






 
The Nyayo National Stadium is poised to host the biggest live music concert in the country with 25 local artistes, comprising 14 Safaricom Kenya Live artistes and 14 budding talents from various provinces in Kenya are expected to perform.  
“Safaricom Kenya Live is one of our major engagement platforms with the youth, a core segment for us. We believe in involving our youth in initiatives that positively transform their lives,” said Safaricom Brand Assets Manager Virginiah Wanyanga. 
Gates to the concert will open for the public at 4pm while the real action starts at 7pm till dawn. Admission to the concert is restricted to those over 18 years only. 
To access the concert, revelers will be expected to carry an unscratched Bamba 250 Safaricom airtime, while VIP tickets go for Ksh1000.




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