Organised by the Permanent Presidential Music Commission (PPMC) for Madaraka Day, celebrating 60 years of Kenya’s self-rule, entertainment varied showcasing the country’s multiculturalism.

Taking the stage today were the Kiathambu & Tazama Cultural Dancers who performed the song “Mwinjiro”  and the Kirima Cultural Dancers to perform a cultural song often used during happy celebrations.

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Kiathambu & Tazama Cultural Dancers/Selestus Mayira KBC

The day also included a performance by the Embu College YCS Choir who performed the Twajenga Taifa Letu, a choral song meant to celebrate the country’s independence.

Embu Youth Choir/Selestus Mayira KBC

Additionally, performances included dances by the Contemporary dancers in Embu with a performance choreographed by Ticha Sly and main performances by Hope Lady Fire, Eston Ita, Januu, Sharon Mtoto Wa Mama Kenya, Muska Njamba Nene & Sons, Gpiizo 254, Eric Moen, Jedie K and more.

Embu Contemporary Dancers/Selestus Mayira KBC

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