Nakuru Players Theatre Bridging Gaps Fostering Dreams in Nakuru
Written By James M Alumera
Chief Officer for Youth, Sports, Talent and Resource Mobilization Pastor Alex Maina has engaged Nakuru Players Theatre’s leadership at the theatre grounds.
The leadership, led by Simon Thuo alias Simor Music, highlighted ways in which creative industry activities impact youngsters’ lives through theatre plays, expressing a desire to collaborate with the county for further initiatives.
The collaboration will help strengthen cooperation and partnerships with a view to enhancing capacities in order to protect and promote the diversity of cultural expressions.
The Chief Officer emphasized Governor Susan Kihika’s commitment to nurturing and supporting talent at the grassroots (Mashinani) and urged swift progress on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate theatre activities.
The Nakuru players theatre has numerous activities ranging from setbooks plays, music recording, comedy events etc governed by the leadership.
In the vast tapestry of global languages, Kiswahili emerges as a powerful force not only in fostering cultural exchange but also in transforming individual lives, particularly for those residing in the valleys and remote areas of places like Gilgil and Molo.
The journey begins with a vision – a vision to share opportunities that can bring about significant change in the lives of individuals who have often been overlooked.
Kiswahili, once perceived academically, takes center stage in this narrative. It transcends the boundaries of language, becoming a tool for economic empowerment. For the boy in the valley, whose mastery of Kiswahili is unparalleled, the language becomes not just a skill but a gateway to possibilities. Employment opportunities with KDC, KTM, or MBCI are no longer distant dreams but achievable aspirations.