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Tuesday 3rd March 2009

Reuben Kigame and Steve Kekana on new charity CD

AN ALBUM released specially to raise awareness of preventable blindness in Africa features some gospel music from the continent. 'Inclusion' is released by the charity Sightsavers International and is being distributed to politicians, media people and other decision makers. The 11 tracks on the CD are all by artists who are either blind or partially sighted and include the popular Kenyan gospel singer Reuben Kigame and South African pop/gospel star Steve Kekana. Also featured is the song "O Kuru Masaba (O God)", sung by the choir of the Milton Margai School For The Blind from Sierra Leone. CR

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Posted by Captain Tjemo in Nairobi,Kenya @ 15:28 on Jan 31 2010

Big tyme Ministers in Christ God Bless U n Pray for me.

Posted by Captain Tjemo in Eldoret,Kenya @ 15:57 on Jun 30 2009

If we also have pple wid all abilities coming together 4 a good course den dis a world will be a better place 2 live in.God Bless u Papa Kigs n Kekana 4 showing da society dat u r very much like others n can even do better things dan us.

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