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As the 59th Jamhuri Celebration are ongoing at Nyayo Stadium, different kinds of people have graced the occasion. Ferdinand Omanyala, arguably the fastest man in contemporary Africa,and recently commanded global attention, was having a relay with Kenyan content creators.
One of the content creators and we'll known Timothy Kimani 'Njugush', left the crowd at Nyayo Stadium in stitches after deciding to cut his journey short and ran across the field instead of around the track.
Vincent Mwasia, 'Chipukeezy' who headed the entertainment segment, introduced the Kenyan Artist and did the relay around the stadium.
Njugush, MCA Tricky , Kioko, Crazy Kennar, Mungai Eve, Terence Creative, Azziad Nasenya, Jacky Vike, and other popular content creators entertained President Ruto and guests at Nyayo Stadium with a relay.
Different tribes and culture also graced the day. Songs from kikuyu land,luo,luhya were well presented. The list also entails seasoned musicians, as well as new entrants, seasoned artists set to perform include, Chris Adwar, Atemi, Manasseh Shalom, Serro and Wambura Mitaru while ‘Kuna Kuna’ hit maker Brandy Maina, Ndovu Kuu, Jovial, Masauti, Faith Stan and Dufla Diligon, will certainly entertain the younger generation of attendees.
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