Jaguar graduates and becomes goodwill ambassador for MKU (photo)


Charles Njagua popularly known by his stage name as Jaguar is among the leading singers in Kenya. He is also a businessman and a philanthropist who has helped many Kenyan citizens, mostly the poor and the needy.

They say that education comes to a halt when one passes on and that is absolutely true. Recently, Mike Mbuvi Sonko, Nairobi’s flamboyant senator also received a degree. Education is of the essence that’s why we see ‘old’ folks going back to school to boost their education.

The ‘kigeugeu’ hit maker was not left behind. He also received a honorary degree from Mount Kenya University during a graduation ceremony that took place on the morning on August 7. He too was appointed as the good will ambassador of Mount Kenya University. Truly ‘huu Mwaka’ was his prophesy. It’s high time Kenyan musicians started singing positive songs to have big gains



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