The 91st edition of the Kenya Music Festival started on a high note at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (Mmust) in Kakamega county yesterday with Early Childhood Development Education pupils stealing the show determined to book a date for the gala.
Rang’ala Girls Primary School from Siaya, Vidhu Ramji Primary School from Murang’a and Pennstate ECDE pupils from Kisumu pulled the crowd at Mmust Multipurpose Hall when they took to the stage with their thrilling Western and African style singing games.
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, who was the chief guest, said this year’s festival under the theme “Enhancing National Unity, Cohesion and Integration” came at the right time when the country is set to hold a General Election next month.
He said the festival will help achieve the theme and appealed to those following it to learn a lesson from the presentations. Western region Police Commander Moses Ombati assured the participants of total security during the event.