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Hiphop Parliament gets the world’s attention

Related Article by Ann McFaren of The Guardian

Related article by Mike Wooldrige

Related article by Daniel Howden The Independent

Muki Garang and the Late

Angel Wainaina HHP-First Lady

Angel Wainaina’s absence during the Laikipia  Earth Festival,led to a tipping point regarding the management of  communication  in Hiphop Parliament.  The event was hosted by Kuki Galman.

Managing 100 participants each eager to perfom and voice their thoughts to the world, can be s a daunting task. At the Earth Festival of February 2008 Muki and Angel’s absentia could be defined as Catastrophic.

The first article  published about the Hiphop Parliament by The Guardian in the U.K. was misinforming and read as yet another  hurriedly written piece for submission towards, a unique occurence  in Kenya during the Post election violence.

From here on end Muki and Angel tightened their grip as pertaining to communications regarding The Hiphop Parliament. This was witnessed in their BBC interview with Mike Wooldridge.


About maishayetu

Maisha Yetu is a Cultural Organization that was registered in 2006 with the aim of using its objectives in a creative fashion to involve Kenya’s youth in participation towards National development.

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