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The Sekt - getting ready for the spotlight


we are getting ready for the spotlight now. I am extremely excited about this journey after everything that has come to me! The strong waves that scared me, the floods the wars within and those at my doorstep. Finally even with no money the light is go bright it scares me! 

The show was meant to be called The Insignificant Few - but - my soul could not get into a battle and opted for The Sekt. I feel calmer now, my vision for the show is a whole lot clearer.... I want to bring the Kingdom of Kush to life at Safaricom MJ Centre that night! I want the world to understand her history - to know the one eyed warrior who defaced Alexander the great statues, who dared to scare the greatest roman army! Yes! I want every black woman to be proud of her colour, her size, her battles and victories.

When you walk in the space - I want everything to captivate your soul! 

I will revealing my team with time - they are so hard working and keep me on my toes! My lovely parents too - and loving mother who will be having some of her designs crossing the runway! 
Yes! Let her come so she may know that she has the blood of queens inside her.

Namatsi


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