Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko, singer Jaguar and NACADA chairman John Mututho. Photo/COURTESY
Flamboyant Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko, singer Jaguar and NACADA chairman John Mututho were all today reading from the same script.
The three joined other artistes at an event organised by the Jaguar Youth Empowerment Foundation, NACADA and Lotto Kenya Foundation.
It was held at the Nairobi’s Railway Training Institute in South B with a purpose of spreading a message of responsibility and positivity amongst the youth, and most importantly, curbing drug and alcohol abuse amongst them.
Jaguar, who is also a director at NACADA, has been on a mission to encourage the youth against the vices.
According to him, he strongly believes that lack of employment and proper recreational centres has highly contributed to youth engaging themselves in such vile activities.
The delegation, also donated water tanks, sewing and car wash machines for the residents of Mukuru Kwa Reuben slums.
Other activities at the event included a football match and performances by among others Jua Cali, Mejja, Vivian, Bahati and DJ Vinnie Banton.
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