Jimmy Gait Unveils Landmark AFTER 40 Deal



Gospel music icon was on Tuesday night trending for all the right reasons. The super star was unveiling his new deal with the AFTER 40 HOTEL at their Biashara street premises on 13th of December. The deal entails various projects with the 4-star hotel that he will be rolling out with time. During the all-star media briefing, Jimmy Gait announced that his first project with the hotel is to offer 2-3 talented artistes a mentorship opportunity and chance to win a “collabo” with him. He is also giving his fans an opportunity to win a hang-out with him at the AFTER 40 Hotel.

“You all know my story I started from far, there was a day I was peeling 2 sacks of potatoes a day to survive. Yet today I am seated here with all these business leaders to unveil my deal with AFTER 40 Hotel. I am all about giving hope to everyone, if I can make it surely everyone can.” The hotel is owned by Samchi group of companies, led by Mrs. Muchemi, as group CEO she is also the chair-lady of the SAFARICOM DEALERS ASSOCIATION. The group is popularly known for its subsidiary Samchi Telco, an award-winning Safaricom dealer.

Previous Afternoon Business News Highlights
Next EACC: Counties choking devolution with corruption

You might also like

Business 0 Comments

McDonald’s Japan shares jump 23pc as diners flock for ‘Pokemon’ toys

  Fast food franchise, McDonald’s Holdings Co. (Japan) saw its shares jump as much as 23 per cent after it started giving away figurines based on the popular fictional ‘Pokemon’

Latest 0 Comments

Obama condemns Trump’s ‘dangerous’ stance on terror

  President Barack Obama has angrily denounced Donald Trump for his remarks in the aftermath of the shooting massacre in Orlando, Florida, warning that the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, was peddling a

News 0 Comments

Keep off party nominations, IEBC warned

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has been warned against conducting political party primaries. A former commissioner with the defunct Electoral Commissioner of Kenya (ECK) Jack Tumwa cautioned that


No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!

Leave a Reply