The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Mamba International No-Longer a Gospel Joint

The trendy Mamba International night club is under new management and will no longer be an exclusive gospel joint.

Word Is has learnt that the club will open its doors on December 29 and that the management is in talks with Nigerian Flavour's real name Ashawo Oyinaatu Nabania to perform there.

According to the club event manager Mike Oluoch the decision was reached following requests from the club's fans. When the club was a fully-fledged gospel venue owned by Mombasa businessman John William Kameta, it attracted several gospel artistes both from Mombasa and Nairobi including Emmy Kosgei.

The Mamba Village Centre is made of Mamba Disco night club and Croco Club. It's owned by Hezron Awiti Bolo who is the national chairman of Kenya International Freighter Warehousing Association and a Nyali parliamentary aspirant. Meanwhile, singer Kidum is set to perform at Croco on Christmas Eve.

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