KREATIVE HUB DINNER 16/11/2019 part 1

Stowelink in partnership with the Kreative Hub organized end of year dinner where we brought youths and stakeholders together to talk about health entrepreneurship and to look back and reflect on the events of the year.


Noel Murunga – chairperson 

Kreative Hub is a youth initiative focused on creative entrepreneurship health and personal development developed by Stowelink art and entrepreneurship division.
The dinner which was black tie event was attended by 82 individuals. The dinner saw high profile guests grace the event and was a huge success being our first ever organized event. During the event a couple of activities took place and the audience was kept entertained while also educated.

The event started off with the Kreative Hub video being played showing all the training and activities the members of the Kreative Hub had engaged in since their 3 month training if the cohort 1 began. This would later be followed by short speeches and presentation from Kreative Hub administration led by Noel Murunga the chairperson and Tyson Okello the assistant chairperson. The event show high end lit performances form a variety of artists, dancers musicians and dancers. The highlight of the performances was made by Joe The Poet who was the guest performing artist.

PSX_20181118_044614joe the poet in action

stay tuned for part 2

images coutesy of circute photography


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Published by Stephen Ogweno

a global health practitioner, NCD advocate and mHealth Innovator

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