Kisumu Ndogo “MARSTA” Is Stealing The Limelight…

Posted on September 5, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Last weekend,Kisumu Ndogo also known as Marsta,organised a party for a Wanawake organisation that involved different groups,ZAKALA a zairean band and Jambo dancers a Kenyan traditional dancing group.The party was also a success.

Kisumu ndogo has become very famous for organising well attended parties after THEKA also known as THIKA in NORSBORG was closed down a few years ago.

Seems like Kisumu ndogo is stealing the limelight,leaving the Theka “Norsborg” residences in panic hence turning them into politicians and clerics.

The party in Kisumu ndogo was also attended by 2 of the most loved Kenyan cartoons(comedians),Makokha and Masai also known as Alexander.

As soon as they arrived,they were introduced to the public by DJ JIMMY,who requested them to say Jambo to the people.They took to the microphones and left the public hicking up with laughter after a few selected jokes.

In the pictures,you can see how Masai took to his knees and danced the night out while Makokha took over the band by surprise and fired the drummer and showed his own drumming skills.After the drumming,his Kitenges kofia dissappeared and left him mourning for an hour before it appeared again from nowhere.Next saturday,after the promulgation of the  new constitution party at the Ambassadors residence,there will be an after party mpaka che,the venue will be announced soon,Makokha and Masai will be in the house to entertain us and then continue to celebrate the rebirth of Kenyas new constituition.MAY GOD BLESS KENYA!!!!

Clay Onyango.

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