I can declare with sureness that Kaberere was quite the force to reckon with and his death was not only a blow to his family but also to the gospel industry as well.
This year, the MTV Africa Music Awards better known as MAMA will be held in South Africa for the first time, since they launched in 2008.
They may be rich, but some of Kenya's celebrities can still be practical from time to time! One such celeb is Daddy Owen.
For those who do not know just who I am talking about, I am referring to the guy that sung the catchy part of the hit song "Tobina". You know, the part where someone says, "Tobina tobina/ Tobina nyoso style ya kukatika". That song was well doine and the artists talented. that is why the song was such a hit.
He first burst into the limelight in 2009 with his track, Wi Mutheru, that had everyone from all corners of the country sing along to.
Who’s lending their name to a good cause—and who just shows up for the year-end gala? When it comes to doing good, sometimes the best thing celebrities have to offer is not money, but themselves. And that, the likes of Jaguar, Daddy Owen, Brenda Wairimu, Vera Sidika among others know too well.
Gospel superstar, Daddy Owen, is known for his charitable ways. From setting up a foundation (Malaika Trust) for the physically challenged persons in the society to awarding their efforts (Malaika Tribute Awards) in making life better, the award-winning singer is not stopping.
Daddy Owen and Emmy Kosgey came up and organized a peace concert on the new year's eve, with performance from various artistes including Tanzania's Mkabwa. Check out the photos;
They are always flaunting their toned physiques, polished looks and flawless smiles whenever they are out in public places. However, recently Gospel sensations, Daddy Owen and Emmy Kosgei were spotted looking dead serious.
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