PHOTOS: The ‘Rastafari cake’ Kirigo Ng’arua fed Morgan Heritage
Citizen TV crew Friday morning treated top Jamaican reggae group Morgan Heritage to a show of hospitality when they presented them with a cake christened with the Rastafari colours – red, green, yellow and black.
It is the eldest member of the group, Gramps Morgan, who cut the cake which was presented to them during the Power Breakfast Show hosted by Kirigo Ng’arua and Willis Raburu.
Kirigo then did the honours of ensuring each one of the Heritage family had a bite of their gift.
The Heritage family is in Kenya ahead of their much anticipated Extravaganza concert which will go down Saturday at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) from 2PM.
During the Power Breakfast Show, the guests addressed a wide array of issues in the music industry; but one which stood out is their mantra: “never rush to grow up.”
Expounding on it, they said the secret which has put them closely knitted for over two decades in the industry is maintaining young hearts – that they never rushed to grow out of each other’s comfort, care, criticism and support.
The Heritage also advised their fans to keep maintaining the innocence of a child in all their activities and relations – which does not entail binge drinking, clubbing among others but ensuring they are loyal and true to themselves, the people around them and maintaining healthy interactions.
The Extravaganza will take place Saturday at the KICC from 2 pm, with Kenyan artistes: Nameless, Rapdamu, Timmy, Vivian, Wyre, Kristoff among others slated to curtain-raise the show which will be headlined by Morgan Heritage.
Tickets are Ksh 500 at the gate and Ksh 3,000 VIP.
Tickets are available online on www.ticketsasa.com
The event is proudly sponsored by Citizen TV, Hot 96, Coke Studio, Trueblaq Entertainment among other corporate.
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