Deputy President William Ruto on Tuesday hosted members of Citizen TV’s gospel tv show ‘Kubamba’ at his Karen residence.
‘Kubamba’ is one of the most watched gospel shows in the country and airs every Sunday on Citizen tv from 6 am to 1 pm.
It was started in 2000 by Moses K Mathenge, popularly known as DJ Moz as a radio show on a christian station.
Through the years Kubamba has grown to become one of biggest youth outreach movements that seeks to evangelize, disciple and create a sense of responsible living through Biblically based convictions and urban gospel music.
They impact young people through media, student outreach and events.
The group’s hard work has now been acknowledged by Deputy President William Ruto who hosted them for breakfast.
The move has been seen as a huge step by the government to work with K Krew towards impacting Kenyan youth positively.
“Kubamba does a wonderful job in shaping the character of young people. You are at the heart of inculcating positive influence and mentoring the youth in general. We will do what we can for the youth and the nation so that we shape our destiny and influence the right attitude to life,” Ruto said.
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