Jamaican Singer To Perform For Peace In Juba

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The prestigious event is organized by Stardome Entertainment, considered as a motivation package for employees of different corporate companies in Juba. It is an event created to encourage networking with existing clients in an informal setting, a one of a kind event and the first of its class in Juba. 

Stardome Entertainment has invited DJ Kriss Darlin (Kenya) on the turntables. 

“The mid afternoon to early morning event will take place on Saturday November 29, 2014 with activities ranging from indoor team building to networking and entertainment,” said Moro Isaac Lokombo, the chairman of organizing committee.

Jamaican singer will perform at Juba Freedom Hall from 1: 00 pm till 12:00 a.m.

“The event sponsors include Epic, Betty Concepts, and Riviera Business Hotel. Lions Club, Brandcom, Luxury Travel and Classic FM” said the chairman.

Majok Athethei, the director of Stardom entertainment said the company will give some 15 percentages of the funds to the orphaned and vulnerable children in Juba.

Joe Kiamu of Stardom Entertainment who applauds the way they convince Alaine to come to South Sudansaid “Alain” is the first Jamaican star to step on South Sudanese soil, courtesy of Stardom Entertainment, hoping to bring in more performers in April next year. 

“We are asking big companies, especially manufacturing companies, to support us in future,” said Joe. 

Alaine, the Dancehall queen, was welcomed by the former Miss South Sudan Ms. Sandra Banks.

Alaine told reportersshe is a peace ambassador because her songs are full of good vibes and she hopes they will be able to comfort South Sudanese at such a time.

“I am so happy to be in South Sudan, I like the weather here because it’s hot like in Jamaica,” she said.

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