Nameless: Use the opportunity to say no to hunger and yes to food security

Kenyan Music legend David Mathenge, AKA Nameless, popped into the Big Brother Africa house via video this morning to remind the house mates to keep staying hungry for change.

Watch his message here:

[youtube width=”525″ height=”310″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncdVnk_s2zo

His song “Ninanoki” broke Kenyan chart records by staying at number one for 110 days, and he was named as one of Kenya’s 100 most influential people by the Standard newspaper. In 2009 he won MTV Africa Music Awards – Artist of The Year, Best Male & Listener’s Choice.

Nameless has carved out a special space for himself in the African music industry since his debut in 1999, and continues to be of the most important voices of his generation.

Join Nameless in taking action right now.

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