They came to Kenya, liked what they saw, decided to stay and now, Morgan Heritage are keen on registering for the Huduma Namba.
The Grammy-winning Jamaican reggae group encouraged Kenyans to register. They noted it[Huduma Namba] will put things in place because “if we have no system, we have no order”.
Asked if they have registered, Mojo said, “If I will be allowed to register I will definitely do it.”
He added, “Back home, your name does not mean anything. We may find ten people in a city with the exact name living and born in the same city as yours. A number called social security number is what identifies you as a citizen.”
“To our Kenyan friends, don’t be afraid of the Huduma Namba.”
The reggae family spoke during the launch of Tomorrow Leaders Festival.
Peter Morgan said they have been living around Africa and the first place they fell in love with was Senegal. But when they came to Kenya they felt like they were in Jamaica.
“We consider Kenya as one of the warmest places in the world that we would want to live in. Mojo has not left Kenya since December last year and the fruit of what he has been doing here on behalf of the Morgan Heritage foundation is the concert.”
The youth charity festival is scheduled for Saturday, June 8th at Kasarani Stadium.