Re-opening of the Kenya national theatre postponed again

The Kenya National Theatre grand re-opening that was to take place yesterday was for a third time called off. The ceremony that was to be presided over by the president at 3pm did not materialize in what sources privy to state house say was the unavailability of the head of state due to his tight schedule.

Actors, actresses, musicians and other entertainment industry players who showed up for the function were greatly disappointed and demanded that the theatre be commissioned by any other available government official as the artistes who use the theatre to showcase their art needed to get back to work.

Eric Omondi wants Qatar to adopt him

Following a rumor that athlete Julius Yego had been offered sh. 1 Billion to ditch Kenya for Qatar after winning Gold in the IAAF championships, comedian Eric Omondi has similarly donned his sports gear and is now asking the Qatar government to adopt him in Yego’s place. ‘I am available to replace Yego if at all he is not willing to join the Qatari athletics team,’ said Omondi. It is however laughable as it is evident Eric wouldn’t be able to match Yego’s javelin throw distance.

Chameleone to perform in New York

Leon island’s finest artiste Jose Chameleone of the ‘valu valu’ hit track left Uganda last night for Manhattan, New York in the united states where he is scheduled to perform from 4th through 6th at the UNAA causes festival. Since 1988, Ugandans in North America have been coming together each year in a chosen North American city.

These gatherings are the largest, most persistent and the most anticipated association of Ugandans in the diaspora. The goals are to stimulate and encourage nationwide acquaintance and fellowship among members in North America, Europe and Uganda.

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