Pauline Olouch, the second runners up for the crown congratulated Charity and said she didn’t fully agree with the results.
The new Mr. Maseno University, Steve Njuguna said the crown will help propel his modeling career and told The Burning Splint he is ready for the task.
“I would like to thank all my supporters especially my girlfriend Ruth Muthoni of Kabarak University” he said.
The second runners up Ibrahim Mohammed said he was satisfied with the second position and congratulated the winners.
Immediate former Mr. Maseno, Harrison Okemo congratulated the winners saying the modeling skills had gone a notch higher especially like the free modeling where straws, bottles, condoms and banana fibers were used.
“I could not easily predict the outcome since all 20 models and 10 flexxers were experienced and talented.”
The same sentiments were shared by Gildah Nyamongo and Orlando Geoffrey who trained female models and flexxers respectively.
“Other material like tents, T-shirts, phones and modems were donated by Zain and other sponsors,” Said Eliakim.
Though the Pulse magazine refused to show up after attending Mr. and Miss Moi University event, the occasion however was a success.
DJ Enzyme of M.O.B partnered with four House of Funk jockeys to entertain revelers.
Nonini thrills the audience
|Genge artist Nonini, entertaining guests.|
The 28 years musician was paid Ksh. 70,000. With 10,000 of the amount paid for his air ticket. He blazed the crowd with hits like Manzi wa Nairobi, Genge na Bongo feat Juma Nature, Geroro, Viletafanya, We kamu and Si lazima which left the audience breathless.
The dancehall sensation Kushoto Kulia and Mgenge done with the P-Unit crew excited the charged crowd. The Crowd were lost as they tried to follow songs from new album Godfather wa Genge.
The articles was published in Equator Weekly (March 15-23, 2010), The Informant and The Oracle (2009-2010)all publications of Maseno University/Kenya