News Release

YSA Displays the Greatest Show on Earth

Nairobi young adults show their talents on stage in the Upper Hill ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. There are some amazing talents manifest and you may be surprised. This event brought together young adults from all parts of Nairobi for an afternoon of fun and enjoyment.

Late afternoon on July 7, 2018, at the Upper Hill meetinghouse, the Young Single Adults (YSA) gathered for an amazing display of talent. Marc Otieno, The Greatest Showman of the evening mastered the ceremony and reiterated the guidelines of modesty, no profanity, nothing racist or tribal and nothing related to drugs—however, jumping high was allowed. Otieno kept the talent show lively.

The talent consisted of astonishing rugby players demonstrating their training routine, Marcelino-Michael Jackson beat it with his fluid feet and body. Robertson astounded the audience with his poetry, while entertainer, Humphry performed exquisite words about falling in love. Joseph, with supple moves thrilled the audience as utmost dancer. Maggy electrified the spectators with her soprano voice and the gregarious Gray Family jazzed to the music of A Million Dreams.

The spectacle continued non-stop, spilling into the evening with more dance, music and talent in dimensional displays. The audience, clapping and cheering until they became hoarse—yet committed to attending other forth-coming events and perhaps scheduling another Greatest Show on Earth.

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