TUM students carry the day at the Pwani got talent concert

Better Living Foundation (BLF) receiving the cash award PHOTO DENNIS MWANGI

Technical University of Mombasa students have reaped big in the just concluded Pwani got talent concert held at Swahili pot hub.

The students who are under a charity organization group known as Better Living Foundation (BLF) floored 13 contestants with a shadow act to be crowned winners of the event walking home with sh 100,000 reward.

The group presented a skit at the event catching the attention of the judges.

“We more than happy to be crowned winners of Pwani got Talent 3rd edition. We’ve been training hard and tirelessly. The journey was not smooth, the pressure was real and disagreements during training but it was all worthy. Above all thanks to God,” Joy Wangui, one of the actors explained.

The team, which had almost lost hope of winning due to stiff competition has not yet planned on what to do with the reward but hinted on plans of buying a projector to facilitate and enhance their shadow acting skills.

With the audience contributing 10% of winner determination by voting and 90% by the judges Mulla group became 1st runners up walking home with sh 30,000 as Marya became the 2nd runners up walking home with a sh 20,000 reward.

The concert was emceed by Gates Mgenge and Baraka Fm’s Sato Take over host Neema Sulubu with lots of entertainment from Susumila, Dazlah, Sanaipei Tande and Mox Kenya.

Pwani got Talent concert is conducted annually by Swahili Pot Hub creating platforms for young people to showcase their talents and get a chance to have their projects sponsored.