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Waka Waka shows thrill Dar teenagers

27th February 2012
Hip-hop musician Joe Makini takes the stage by storm during the Dar es Salaam launch of Waka Waka teen parties at the Mlimani City over the weekend.(Photo courtesy of Coca-Cola)

The second show of the Waka Waka show took Dar es Salaam teenagers by storm at the Mlimani City premises over the weekend.

Over 600 youngsters were treated to a myriad of entertainments during the Dar es Salaam launch of Coca-Cola teen parties.

With the objective to engage youngsters in active interactive games, funs and foster relationship among themselves, the show has also been staged in Arusha city ahead of the third one set up for next month in Mwanza.

The entertainments ranged from games such as pool, play stations, acrobatics, singing, dancing and dressing styles with winners scooping various prizes that included caps, T-shirts, free drinks and mathematical sets.

It was a unique event where the youth got an opportunity to showcase their true colors in terms dressing, speaking, walking, dancing and what have you.

Local hip hop star Joe Makini sent the crowd wild, keeping their toes throughout the duration of performance which lasted for more than an hour. The teenagers were dressed to emulate their favorite artists and music hero.

The first of such parties was held in Arusha a week earlier and the third in the series is scheduled for the rocky city of Mwanza on March 10.

Bongo flava lady musician Mwasiti Almasi whose song – Soldier is now riding highly in the music circles in Tanzania will be in command of the Mwanza launch.

After the completion of the three parties, the youth aged between 13 and 19 years old will then have an opportunity to organise and host their own parties some of which will be supported by Coca-Cola. These parties will run up to December 2012.

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