Willy Paul and Nyashinki to battle it out for prestigious award

Neck-to-nake it surely is!

The fourth edition of Mdundo Awards is set to take place on 18 February 2018 during the Ongea East Africa Summit happening at Sarit Centre, westlands.

It is crystal clear the race will be tight depicted with the fierceness of those nominated for this category.

Mdundo music service makes it easy for the world to access African music. Essentially, it is the ‘Kenyan istore’.

The 2018 event will mark the fourth ceremony since the inaugural award came to existence courtesy Mdundo awards.

The first Mdundo Awards event took place in May 2014 and was the first ever East African i-Awards. The event was up-to-th e-minute; everything was done online.

The 3rd annual Ongea summit

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