The 12th December Jamhuri Day Celebrations are one of the top national events presided over by the Kenyans president with foreign nationals and top politicians gracing fete. Kenyan celebrities and musicians are also given an opportunity to entertain the attendees as the citizens celebrate the freedom from colonial rule.
Today, one of the popular Kibera artist Stevo Simple boy has excited Kenyans after revealing that he will be performing during this auspicious occasion. This is a rare opportunity and musicians are usually paid well by the government in a bid to uplift their lives and steer their musical careers. Despite receiving a lot of criticism during his early days in the music industry, the Tuache Mihadarati hit maker has has risen in fame and amassed a huge following from his enthusiastic fans in his social media accounts. While confirming his performance in Uhuru gardens today, Stevo posted this message eliciting mixed reactions from Kenyans:
"Getting ready to perform kwa Jamhuri Day Celebration courtesy of Permanent Presidential Music Commission Dr Ronald Otoyo," read the post. Here are some of the comments from his enthusiastic fans below.
Do you think the government has done a good job in promoting upcoming artists? Drop your comments below.
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