As the 94th edition of the National Kenya Music and Cultural Festival nears homestretch at the Mama Ngina Waterfront in Mombasa County, the Western drumbeats and mellow voices from Kakamega County continue to rent the air piercing through the ears and minds of audiences at the Coastal region amplifying the presence of the green jewel at the festivals.

To assert their presence, Kakamega’s representatives; Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST), Sigalagala National Polytechnic, Sifa Melodies and Matende Isukuti Cultural Group have all secured podium finishes in their respective categories in the results so far announced by the adjudicators.

In some of the results so far, MMUST have emerged position one in the solo alto set piece, base solo and Duet own choice as Sigalagala Polytechnic kept position one with their performance of Kenyan contemporary tunes, closely edging out their compatriots, Sifa Melodies, also from Kakamega, who have finished position two in that category. The latter however produced outstanding performances to emerge position one in oratorio, tena solo and quartet among others. Matende Isukuti and Weremba Cultural Dancers have also taken pole positions in their respective categories. So far Kakamega County is holding on position one leading in over 20 perfomances.

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