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Imagine Co. presents Next Level Performance & Exhibition
The Imagine Company invites you to an evening of performance and exhibition, showcasing the outcome of a two month mentorship programme. Presenting Theatre: Christine Kimani mentored by Cajetan Boy, Music: Wafalme mentored by Calif Records, Performance Poetry: Rhoda Jura mentored by Njeri Wangari & Steve Partington and more.
Date: Sunday 13th December, 2009
Time: 6:00 pm
Venue: Louis Leakey Auditorium,Kenya National Museum, Museum Hill
Here is the draft of the Kenya Police Service Standing Orders. It is unfortunate that it was so difficult to find. It is nowhere to be found on the Police websites as had been announced in the press. I had to enquire from multiple sources before I could get a copy. The Kenyan public has also only been given until March 19th to review and submit views on an over 1000 page document! It's almost like they don't want us to know about it, and minimize public participation. Anyway, here it is. Please review and send in your views by March 19th 2014 to these emails: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
In todays artist spotlight we will be checking out the wonderful music of Tanzanian Gospel singer Rose Muhando. She is an artist that hails from Dodoma,Tanzania and has become popular over the last few years throughout East Africa. Her debut album titled "Uwe Macho" (Beware) " released inMay 2004 was a coast to coast best selling phenomenon.
(Her debut album,Uwe Macho)
A former staunch Muslim and mother of three, Rose Muhando who was born in Morogoro, professed to have seen an apparition of "Jesus Christ" while ailing on her sick bed many years ago, after which, she converted to Christianity.
She was groomed musically by the Moshi-based, Mamajusi Anglican Choir where she developed to become a strong lead singer whose vocals spawned successful hits such as "Hey-Hallelujah" and "Homa ya Dunia!" (World’s Fever) shortly before shifting to Dodoma and joining St. Mary’s choir. In her testimony, Rose said her past life was…
This from mwafrika Kenya's leading Christian radio channel continues to see more movement amongst its presenters. Popular drive-time presenter Njugush (also of Homeboyz Radio), and most recently host of Route 104 recently went off air as he pursues other ministry opportunities. His position has now been taken over by Justus Owaka. Similarly, afternoon presenter JM (Justus Mwakideu) also left the station and is headed for an upcoming radio broadcaster. His position has now been taken over by George Gichuru. I'd just like to say, Njugush is someone who has helped me grow as a Christian just by listening to his show. I have literally grown up(since late teens) listening to him since the Metro FM days.When I was still a new Christian his show was a big help in my life.::KC blog:: wishes him all the best in his new ministry work and many more blessings to come!