Bomba la Sanaa features live at Zetech, kicks off Campus Tour
Bomba La Sanaa, a live show that airs every Saturday on TV47 that featuring innovation, talent and artistic works,was live from the Zetech in an exciting weekend for students and their friends.
The two hour show hosted by Tony Mwirigi, was the first of the show’s campus tour targeted at engaging the youth and having empowering discussions with them. During the show, media students Cynthia Ngarariga and Joe Kithinji stole the show when they enjoyed the opportunity to co-host the show with Mwirigi. He saluted the University for mobilising the students and for the warm reception his team and guests received as he prepares for the 12 other shows in various campuses.
The action-packed show featured popular Kenyan artist Paul Julius Nunda aka JuaKalI, alongside Arthur Juma Mathenge aka AJ and Barak Odaa Osaka aka Handsome boy, treating the crowd to tasteful performances as they showcased their skill and performed their best acts.
Engaging the crowd and encouraging them to embrace talents, Juakali lit the crowd with his hit song, “Hapa tunacheza na maneno…” that had students dance while enjoying the interludes of the jam. He used the chance to challenge them to embrace the tedious but rewarding road to success, which keeps the youth away from drugs and substance abuse.
Comedian “AJ” who took over with a lot of vigour, left the students in tattered ribs as they laughed hilariously at his commentary; Handsome Boy on his part, staged a spirited performance reminding students to always remember their past as they shape their future lives while sharing his experience of how he got to where he is today.
Appreciating the opportunity to host her first TV show, Cynthia said, “The show was fun and memorable, I could not believe l was live on TV; many thanks to the University for giving us this chance, experience and exposure. Shout out to TV 47 for choosing Zetech as the first university in this campus tour, we truly lead from the front.”
Commenting on the need to support talents among the youth, University Executive Director Corporate Affairs Moses Maina encouraged the students to view talent development as a way to earn a living, referring to the likes of Dr. Eliud Kipchoge who won the ENEOS Challenge in the “No Human in Limited marathon” challenge.
By Felix Ochwal