Jenga Jirani Festival to raise Ksh. 100 million to help communities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic

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The Jenga Jirani Festival aims to increase the Ksh. 100 million in an effort to help communities that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The festival which will take place from the 7the at 8e November will bring together more than 50 local artists to perform in what is expected to be the largest online festival in Kenya and Africa, reaching over 10 million people.

The festival lineup includes top Kenyan musical artists like Nyashinski, Khaligraph, Samidoh, Eric Wainaina, Mercy Masika, Juliani, among others. The best comedians in the house will be Eric Omondi, MC Jessy, others are content creators like the Wajesus family and many more.

The festival is brought to you courtesy of Jonathan Jackson Foundation (JJF) is a non-profit organization, which has provided over 2 million meals (240 tonnes) in the past 6 months since COVID began supporting the sick , the elderly and the vulnerable around Nairobi. . The Initiative reached vulnerable people in society by distributing food, sanitation and sharing care.

Jenga Jirani Festival President Jonathan Jackson said, “The effect of the pandemic is still being felt by many, Jenga Jirani seeks to continue supporting families in the short and long term, and calls on Kenyans to come together and to help jenga. a jirani.

The festival will take place www.jengajirani.org website and Jenga Jirani Youtube.

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