crossorigin="anonymous"> What you should expect in this year listeners' convention dubbed "ensisinkano ekiyiri bbe". - KTV & 93.0 KINGDOM FM
May 21, 2024
Ensisinkano ekiyiri bbe

Over 5000 people are set to early bird the listeners and viewers convention dubbed ‘Ensisinkano’ of Kingdom Media; KTV and 93 Kingdom FM, the first 100 to arrive winning themselves gifts. This festival will take place this Saturday, June 17 at Christianity Focus Centre Mengo Kisenyi starting 7am. Kingdom Media presenters and Staff will be meeting with their stakeholders; all gospel artists, advertising clients, great gospel Deejays, dance groups, choirs, comedians for interactions, rapport building, entertainment, hype sessions, business enjoyment, preaching, discussion and games exhibition. The crowd of Listeners and viewers will also vote for their preferred best presenters.

Evah Ssewaali, The general manager, says she is excited and adventurous to witness the ‘Ensisinkano’ event. “It is one event I haven’t experienced before, I see a bright Saturday morning where masses of people are flowing from different corners of the country to witness this great convention.” Sewaali says.

Shanon Stuart, a production audio producer at the station says he can’t wait to enjoy Live performances from fellow members of staff especially those that he has always seen wearing serious faces. “It will be such a joyous moment bending my limbs with them!” he exclaims.

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“We are so anxious to enjoy performances from all gospel artists like Levixone, Lil Joe, Lena Price, Pr. Bugembe, Pr. Justine Nabbossa, Joseph Ngooma and many others.” Grace Ssekidde, a loyal listener and viewer excitedly revealed. He says he is not only coming, but also mobilizing for a mini-bus that will bring people from Gomba. In the same line, ambassadors of Kingdom Media at large have as well organized coasters from their respective regions across the country to smartly ease the mode of transportation.

Moses Junju, a radio presenter and journalist in the Media house says he is thrilled to meet with their fans that are always tuned in. “I can’t wait to meet a one teeth-gapped Joan. She always calls in on AIR with brilliant submissions and opinions and says she would like to meet me. Let us all meet there on Saturday.”

By Joshua Kiganda Yartuh

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