Kenyan celebs line up for Jubilee millions
Kenyan artists have since Thursday been entertaining delegates in the Jubilee Party delegates conference at Kasarani, earning millions out of it.
A mix of gospel and secular artists have taken to the Jubilee Party stage receiving performance fees amounting to millions from the party.
Some of the artists who have taken to the stage so far include Size 8 who had the party’s deputy leader William Ruto dance to her Mateke hit on Friday.
Tanzania’s Anastacia Mukabwa famous for her Heshima hit electrified the crowd calling for respect to the Jubilee Party, altering her original lyrics to make them political.
Gospel DJs Mo and Soxxy were not left behind as they were masters of ceremony on Friday and Saturday respectively.
Secular artist Timmy Dat of the Welle Welle fame also took to the stage on Saturday as part of the dozens of performers.
Gospel sensation Mercy Masika had her chance to entertain on Friday making the delegates who had been protesting over unpaid allowances to relax and sing along to her Mwema hit.
Victor Mbuvi of the Kwata Kawaya fame was also part of the performers who entertained delegates on Saturday before the arrival of party leaders.
Many other artists are expected to take the stage at the Kasarani stadium in the course of Saturday with the list being reported to have over 30 artists and other performers like comedians and DJs who have been assisting masters of ceremony.