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Artistic MMUST Students Showcases on KTN Burudani Television

The students came in large numbers and gave their best in music, dance and the spoken art, which was aired live on Ktn Burudani from 11 am to 1 pm. One outstanding thing noted by the Ktn crew about MMUST students was the hyping of the crowd, done by Mc Bosco, a third year Journalism and Mass communication student as well as Mc Warren 254, Mc Freddy and Mc CI who are MMUST Alumni. The Ktn Burudani ‘I Can Sing’ program host, Chero, said the audience feedback and participation at MMUST gave her morale and a positive feedback from their response and participation in the live show.
Speaking during the show, MMUST Director of Corporate Communication and Marketing Dr. Lydia Anyonje said there was need to have such functions in the university not only to give the creative students a platform to market their talents but also to enhance the positive corporate image of our university. “As MMUST family we are grateful to Ktn Burudani for bringing their show to our university. It has been a good chance for our students to market themselves and also network. Going forward it will be imperative that we make it a routine to organize such shows and give our artistic students and staff a chance to showcase their talents while at the same time increasing our visibility” said Dr. Anyonje.
On the other hand, the MMUSO leadership, led by the students’ President Clifton Kisera and Bahati Mong’are, the Entertainment Director, said such platforms should be encouraged among the Kenyan youths in order to positively harness their youthful energy and help them benefit from their talents. “As the student leadership we are impressed by this opportunity. Comrades were given a platform to showcase their gifts and interact with the Ktn crew. I want to urge Ktn to continue with this idea. Many youths are languishing in drug abuse and unemployment. Such a platform gives them a chance to be more creative and venture into art and music which earns them a living and improves their living standards” said Mr. Kisera.

By Shiundu Wilberforce (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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