The 47 Million Reasons Virtual Concert that commenced on Saturday Night is set to be aired every Saturday and surely Kenyans will have a reason to smile.
Hart the Band first performed, melting the hearts of most Kenyans with local moves and patriotic statements. Their 'uliza kiatu' performance made the night for the premiere show, followed by a couple more artful performances.
The Band was followed by Burundi Singer Kidum, also stealing the show. Despite a slow encounter to his first performance, the sensational swahili singer ensured a night to remember. The most noticeable traits of his performances were his female dancers, glaring with style and aplomb. The dancers met the air with unique dancing styles and tantalizing voices. As sure as their dance moves, the dancers did not put in a wrong foot, bringing the event to an enjoyable one and one to watch out for.
However, the event's host Sheila Kwambox who partnered Radio Maisha's Nick Odhiambo, has since left the internet talking. The former Miss Tourism Kenya and Homeboyz Radio Presenter seemingly looked glamorous in a bright white gown. Sheila Kwamboka is currently working as a presenter at Standard Group's Vybez Radio.
Apart from beauty stunners and the glamorous music, Kenyans now have each reason to smile amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The dubbed event that will be airing each Saturday night seeks to encourage the people even during difficult periods of time.
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