Kenya’s four-boy band Sauti Sol made news last Saturday night when they performed for their second time in Uganda, at the recently concluded Annual Club Mega Fest that took place at Sheraton Hotel gardens in Kampala.
Performing songs like ‘Nishike’, ‘Sura Yako’, ‘Nerea’, ‘Shake Yo’ Bam Bam’ among many others they Kenyan band put up a remarkable performance those who attended can testify to that. The four talented singers who are still in the country trying to do a few projects, together with 40 days Over 40 Smiles Foundation paid a charity visit to Merowa Primary School loctaed in Kikubamutwe-Kampala yesterday morning.
Back in 2012 Sauti Sol Launched Soma Soma intiative at the Aga Khan Academy Mombasa. The initiative is to advocate for education for all youth in Kenya and Africa. They spent time encouraging the pupils to work hard in school, respect their teachers and above all, value education. Their message was followed by a talk on the band’s own personal journey as musicians who first completed their education before pursuing their dream. Finally, the group taught the children the lipala dance and they sang and danced away to the band’s hit ‘Sura yako.’
40 days Over 40 Smiles Foundation did this under their literacy program they launched last year in two schools namely Merowa Primary School and St John Baptist Primary School.
It was a nice moment as the ‘Sura Yako’ hit singers interacted with the kids, had up-close and personal with them.
Picture’s of Sauti Sol’s Charity visit at Merowa Primary school