Nyanza Region Music Festival Kicks off At Ringa Boys’ High School

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Goldfield Academy on stage, KMF 2022 at Ringa Boys’ High School.



Kenya Music Festivals officially kicked off its competition programs for the Nyanza Region today Saturday 3rd September 2022.



According to the official program seen, the events are scheduled to run from today to Tuesday 6th September 2022.





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While speaking to it, the Regional Organizing Secretary Mr Cliff affirmed that there’s every indicator to confirm that the region is ready for the event and


that the team of officials to oversee the success of the event are fully committed & charged to deliver.




Nyanza Region Music Festivals is scheduled to take place at Ringa Boys’ High School situated in Homa Bay County.




The prestigious Boys’ school that’s also an academic power house in Nyanza will play host to all the participating schools drawn from Kisii, Nyamira, Siaya, Kisumu, Migori & Homa Bay Counties.





The Festivals have attracted stiff competition and huge involvement from both primary and secondary schools



from across Nyanza Region traditionally known for highly polished items that have over the years dominated national festival levels.




“I am abundantly optimistic that our trainers and students have done a good job in terms of producing excellent items that will compete fairly at the national levels.” Commented Mr. Maxwell, Nyamira County Music Festivals Secretary.




Mr. Cliff further reaffirmed that the team of adjudicators assisted by festival officials drawn from all the participating counties have turned up for the officiation roles thus no hiccups are possibly within sight.



Panel of Music Officials at the Nyanza Region Music Festival including adjudicators, Ringa Boys’ High School in Homabay County.



During the welcoming ceremony, the Festivals chairperson Mr.Narkiso Okello stated that items in the festival will center on dances, music and elocutions (English, Kiswahili Arabics and other African languages).




The occasion was graced by a number of education officials from the hosting counties led by the Nyanza Region Director Of Education and a number of Sub County Education Officials who unanimously advised on strict discipline from all the participating teams, both teachers and students.




The program is scheduled to cater for primary schools on the first two days followed by secondary schools as from Monday to Tuesday of n



Performance in Hall 1 by Sorore Primary School, class 812 – Africal Cultural Group Dance (Gusii, Kuria)



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