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All roads in Mom­basa led to Nyali In­ter­na­tional Beach Ho­tel on Satur­day evening to com­mem­o­rate one of the “scari­est” cel­e­bra­tions in the world.. Hal­loween. This an­nual day is meant to pay homage to de­parted an­ces­tors as well as to the souls of our loved ones who have died.

Rev­ellers came dressed in some of the scari­est at­tires as good mu­sic and drinks kept every­one on their feet un­til the wee hours. The event was a part­ner­ship be­tween Nyali Beach Ho­tel, Kiss 100 and the Star.

Ra­dio Africa’s re­gional man­ager Juma Harre, Star chief op­er­at­ing of­fi­cer Agnes Kalekye, Mom­basa county sports, gen­der and youth ex­ec­u­tive Ab­bas Mohammed and Nyali In­ter­na­tional Beach Ho­tel CEO Zuher Ladak were among those present.


1. Mom­basa youth , sports and gen­der CEC Ab­bas Mohammed. 2. Bree Mum­bua, Na­beth Mbeya and Jackie Ochieng. 3. Juma Harre, Beatrice Kin­auwa, Dorthy Maseghe, Cor­nel Ernest, Malemba Mkongo, Jac­que­line Owala, Jane Igunza and Ahmed Ma­ganga.

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