Zetech hosts Koroga festival Youth Show
Students had an exhilarating time of fun, music and dance during an epic event held by Capital FM ahead of the highly anticipated Koroga festival.
Led by celebrated DJ Joe Mfalme, the trainees were treated to a late night show at the Thika Road Campus grounds as they contributed to the Vibe show hosted by Mandi and Neville on the station. The show kicked off with various students showcasing their skills and talent amid cheers and celebration by their comrades that resulted in exciting giveaways from the Capital FM team.
While students danced to the latest music by their favourite local and international artists, the University Executive Director, Corporate Affairs Moses Maina, who was featured on the leading radio station as he talked about the University’s focus on academics, mentorship and talent development with the aim of ensuring students benefit wholly from the Zetech experience.
“At Zetech, we understand our role in serving students as a bridge between their current self and the person they want to become in future. While training them to become critical thinkers and problem solvers, we also provide an environment for them to grow their talents and learn life skills to ensure we produce holistic graduates.” said Moses.
As the show progressed, the presenters had a chat with students who emphasized that Zetech is the place to be, appreciating their fellow comrades, lecturers and the administration for allowing them to study hard and at the same time enjoy campus life. Media students especially enjoyed the event as they were able to interact with media practitioners and better understand what it takes to run a successful radio show and the technical requirements for the same.
Speaking at the event, Bachelor of Commerce student Greg Wadola said, “I really enjoyed the show and DJ Joe Mfalme was on point. The music was so good and we had a fabulous time dancing, I love that my friends and I were part of the action.”
The show came to a close at 10:00pm as students reflected on the fun they had and the opportunities they enjoyed interacting with Kenyan celebrities. The students appreciated the one of a kind show and felt proud to be part of one of the leading private universities in Kenya.
Story by Anderson Muriuki