For Online E-newspaper
Nairobi News : November 22nd 2013
off thehook THE JOURNEY II: AN ART EXHIBITION rt lovers had a treat on Sunday at Taarifa Suites as a group of local artists organised an exhibition titled Te Juny I A h ore I which comprised of individual pieces plus an attribution of artwork depicting 50 years of independence that will be marked on December 12. The artists present included Maina Maseeti, Vaishali Morjaria, Allan Green, Neeta Shah, Onyis Martin and Poonam Suryavanshi. The J ore I art exhibition will uny I be on going at the Punii’s Coffees and Crafts at Taarifa Suites from 5.30pm to 7.30pm until December 7. 2 CEO of Kedaka Awards Douglas Omondi (left), poses with Ezra of FBI dance crew and DJ7. Sylvania Ambani, NairobiNews KEDAKA SET TO FETE BEST DANCERS 1 3 awards to be held on December 14. Various dance groups attended the unveiling of the list of nominees that had 24 categories. The FBI dancers were nominated twice; in the T Nairobi best dance group category and male dance crew of the year. Wapi Wapi dance group, the current Orange Beat Ya Street winners, were nominated in the same categories. Kedaka started in 2012 with the aim of re- warding dancers for their exemplary work in the industry. he Kenya Dance Krews Awards (Kedaka) unveiled its list of nominees for this year’s ovember 22 - Sunday, November 24, 2013 nairobinews.co.ke Society News with Sylvania Ambani Did you know TPF’s Mitch is a teetotaller? PSST... I s this the new dawn for miraa chewers? Well, Sakijo International which markets the stimu- lant plans to make a tea-like powder or juice from as it seeks to boost its consumer base. Kimathi Munjuri told O ff Te Ho h ok that plans are in top gear and a launch date has been set. “It is something that we have already tested and we will be launching the products on November 30, during the miraa night at Tamasha, Lang’ata. With this, we aim to bring on board those who are uncomfortable chewing miraa,” added Munjuri. The miraa juice will be packed in ready-to-drink plastic bottles while the tea powder will be packaged as tea bags. 19 MEJJA TO JOIN THE ACTING WORLD he king of music comedy Mejja is making plans to join the acting world, kind of. He told O h ok that he has already started mak- T 4 1.Some of the artwork that was on display at Te Juny I exhibition at Taarifa Suites in Nairobi. 2. Artist Vaishali Morjaria shows off her art. 3. A fan admires some of the artwork on display. 4. Artists pose for a group photo. Jeff Angote, NairobiNews h ore I D r Mitch Egwang is one of those people who cannot speak in low tones — or maybe it’s his job that has moulded him so out. In an interview with O ff te Ho, the h ok Tusker Project Fame co-host revealed that he is a teetotaler but don’t get things twisted; you won’t find him attending bible study while his boys go out. Rather he plays pool while sipping soda or juice as everyone goes hard on alcohol. “I don’t drink because I like keeping fit. I can spend hours in the gym; you know I am a sweet guy that’s why I drink sweet things,” explained a jocular Mitch. Well, in case you were thinking of asking the guy out on a social event now you know what he prefers to get high on. Sugar. ff Te Ho ing skits that are based on different issues that affect his everyday life. “It’s not like I am joining some kind of programme coming on TV. What I will be doing are little shows that I will be posting on my You tube channel. I have already started shooting some but I want to do as many as possible before I start releasing them,” he said. The work will be ready early next year. This comes after he released his newest single featuring Ala C. The song called Mtkioe is already becoming a club banger.
November 20th 2013
November 25th 2013