Students showcase their different talents at the USIU Got Talent event
Lynne Aswani (International Relations Major) performs during the USIU Got Talent event on Thursday, July 18 at the auditorium. PHOTO: Diana Meso
By Sarah Masila and Diana Meso.
A total of Ksh.51, 000 was raised from the 2019 USIU Got Talent competition organized by the Student Affairs Council in partnership with USIU Radio and Mr. and Miss USIU-Africa beauty pageant at the auditorium on Thursday, July 18.
The event aimed to grow and celebrate all artistic disciplines within the USIU-Africa community, and provide artistes with a platform to showcase and nurture their talents. It was attended by over 300 participants who were entertained through singing, dancing, comedy, magic, juggling, stunts and other variety genres.
Ms. Lynne Aswani (International Relations, Major) who performed a South African song won the competition followed by Mr. Massanga Marcelin (MBA) who performed a rap and dance and Mr. Baraka Munene (International Business Administration, Major) who sang a self-composed song.
All the proceeds from this event will be channeled to Educate Your Own (EYO) student initiative to ensure zero dropouts among continuing USIU-Africa students due to financial constraints.