Donisha Prendergas the granddaughter of Reggae legend Bob Marley has been in Kenya for the past one week. Donisha is in the country for a charity mission courtesy of Free the children organisation which she was invited to help a secondary school in Maasai Mara called Kisuruni. She will also be releasing her Rasta documentary which is about her spiritual journey all over the world to uncover the roots of alcoholism.
Donisha whose grandmother lives in Ghana had never ever met Bob (she wasn't even born when he died) but, through her journey she has felt his spirit. With the experiences gained on this journey she will use it to uplift the power his legacy, to explore and find her own spiritual purpose and hopefully leave an imprint.Aged 12, with a few of her cousins, she performed background vocals on the theme song for the popular children's animation series, Arthur, with her uncle Ziggy Marley as the lead.
Already an accomplished actress, she has starred in many roles in a number of major Jamaican television productions and enjoyed leading roles in several live stage productions that has successfully toured the Caribbean, United States and the UK markets. She has travelled extensively with her mother, Sharon Marley (member of The Melody Makers) going to Japan, Ghana, South Africa and the UK with her grandmother, Rita Marley. In addition, she has toured France with Shaggy and Rik-Rok as a dancer and choreographer.