Ndovu Kuu, Jovial, Timmy Tdat Set To Entertain Kenyans At Jamhuri Day Celebrations

The Permanent Presidential Music Commission has released a list of musicians who will entertain Kenyans attending the 59th Jamhuri Day celebrations.

This year’s celebrations will be held at Nyayo stadium, which will be presided over by President William Ruto.

Kenya will celebrate the 59th Jamhuri Day on Monday next week, with the theme Connect, Innovate, Inspire, with a focus on technology and digital economy.

The government announced last week that it will provide free technology scholarships to adults attending this year’s Jamhuri Day celebrations at Nyayo Stadium.

According to Interior PS Raymond Omollo, the certificate course scholarships will be available to eligible adults who will attend the celebrations in person.

The commission also said it had put together a roster of both young and seasoned musicians as well as dancers to entertain the over 20,000 people expected to attend the fete.

“The songs have fused both cultural and contemporary Kenyan music. The cultural music focuses on the 5 lyres from Kenya and the one and only harp from Kenya, while the contemporary music focuses on patriotism and nationalism,” PPMC said.

Ndovu Kuu, Jovial, Masauti, Brandy Maina, Faith Stan, Dufla Diligon, MakAdem, Timmy TDat, and the ‘Tis The Season’ Ensemble, which includes seasoned musicians like Atemi, Chris Adwar, Manasseh Shalom, Serro, and Wambura Mitaru, are among the artists who will perform at the celebrations.

Kaka Mlezii, Catherine Muhia, Nicole Ogama, Patricia Yebei, Sheryl Faith, Jerry Ayimba, Christine Muthoni, and Bradley Bett are among the young artists who stood out in the National Youth Talent Development Programme and will be featured in the entertainment program.