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After Mark Masai Wedded, Another NTV News Anchor Proposes To His Girl Friend

It seems the time of weddings has finally landed on yours truly, NTV. After Mark Masai wedded his girl friend Fiona Nduta early this year another news anchor has proposed to his girl friend and is set to get married at a later set date.

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Business news anchor at NTV Dann Mwangi or popularly known as Number 8, finally took his relationship status from just dating to engaged when he proposed to his girl friend Wangeci last Saturday at MJ Centre.



Dann Mwangi knelt on his two knees and popped the big question to his better half at ‘The Ministry of the Mouth’, an event he had organised with his team and little did the attendees know what was set to happen.

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He later shared this spoken word piece on his facebook page to break the news to his friends who never got to attend the event.

Yoooooo! Jesus said yes, she did the same.
Actually, “YES, OF COURSE”, she proclaimed.
Humbled beyond kneeling
Fulfilled beyond feeling
All in; deep in God’s filling
We know into what we’ve chosen to delve here – Philly
A united state…
Happier ride than rolling in a merry car! Feel me?
I’m Dann, with the knee-bow
Now to the deal – cows, vows, house.
How? God-how.
On Christ the solid rock I stand,
All other ground will….

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NTV’s Dann Mwangi Has Another Talent Aside From Reading News And No Its Not Poetry

So one of the finest business news anchor’s on NTV Dann Mwangi is set to show his other talent in the coming few days?

Yes Dann Mwangi who is known as “Number 8” for his art of spoken word is set to play the role of an emcee/host at a karaoke event called Gospel Karaoke Night.


Gospel Karaoke is an event that offers the attendees an opportunity to sing to lyrics of gospel songs while being displayed on screens. The 1st edition last year they hosted Adawnage band following up with likes of Kambua and other artistes.

This time round, they will have Groove Awards winner, Zidi the Band, playing live for anyone singing their song. In addition, award winning trio, VKP, will also be in the house.

The hosts will be the talented poet Number 8 aka Dann Mwangi and Antie Kathi.

Guaranteed will be a night of fun, and not only that,one of the singers stands a chance of walking away with dinner or lunch for two from Nairobi’s Serena Hotel.

Do not miss this wonderful Jesus party this coming April 26th, at Petma Restaurant,opposite KFC, Kimathi Street. It all starts at 7pm till late. Charges are Kshs. 200/- only.

For more details follow @GospelKaraoke on twitter or Gospel Karaoke Night on facebook. Interact with us using the hashtag #GospelKaraokeNight on social media.

Come one, come all.

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(Open Letter) Dann Mwangi ‘Number 8’ To Gospel Artistes “Do People See GOD Through Your Music”

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This open letter or art of poetry caught our attention and we thought we should give it a share as in one way or another it will reach some one who needs the message.

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Dann Mwangi/Number 8 a spoken word artist and NTV newscaster of business news has written something special which we call the hard message that touches people’s life’s. A Message that rebukes with Love and will in one way or another bring change or give someone a deep thought.

This letter is directed to gospel artiste’s who have a calling to spread the word and to the Christian fraternity at large who listen to gospel music. read below :

Write Right

All I want, and all I need, is found in Jesus. Nothing else can satisfy my heart’s desire.  If an artist writes music according to what the fans want, who’s dancing to whose music? Who is god here? God? I doubt. Stick to the call.

Why do some hit songs get boring, outdated, unappealing and even non-edifying? Where do they differ from hymns?  Are we (Gospel Artists) so industry-driven that we display it more than the risen Christ? How much Life is in our music?

Are we, Christians, quicker to condemn gospel artists we feel are off track or praying for them, and seeking ways to reach out? Am I relying on my style/flow/genre/skill to change lives? Do they save or just influence how people receive the content?

Strip-off the skill, dumb-out the beat, kill the melodies, what’s left? A song’s memory or a life saving message? Are you after an excellent piece of art more than a artistic piece of heart? Would you rather be artless or heartless?

‘Hip hop is dead’, some say. Well, even if this is true, it didn’t die for you. Christ did. Jesus over hip hop; heart over art . Music that leaves the fans wowed VS music that leaves hearts bowed (to God). Which is yours, artist?

Artist: a lens. Look through one and get a better view of what/who they magnify. Do people see God through you and your music

What is your take ?


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