Churchill's Chacho Kidz back after long hiatus

The comedian strives to empower children through fun and learning while Inspiring growth and Community Spirit

Piece by: PAUL AMUKO

• Chacho kidz is a dynamic kids festival aimed at promoting learning, talent exploration, and community engagement among children.

Chacho Kids Festival
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Daniel 'Churchill' Ndambuki, the renowned comedian and host of Churchill Show, has recently announced the much-anticipated return of Chacho Kidz which will be happening on the 12th of August at Uhuru Gardens from 9 am to 5 pm.

Chacho Kidz is a dynamic kids' festival aimed at promoting learning, talent exploration, and community engagement among children.

In an interview with Mpasho, Churchill expressed his excitement about bringing back this unique event after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

''For those who will be bringing their children for the first time let me tell you once your child becomes part of the Chacho Kidz nation they will never forget, because it's not just fans and games they also learn a lot from each other and there are little things that as a parent will leave treasured memories.''

Chacho Kidz is not just an event; it's an immersive experience filled with fun and educational activities.

The festival offers various themed villages, including the Smart Village, Green Village, and Creative Village, where children can engage in interactive games, creative projects, and learning sessions.

Moreover, the festival features a dedicated Parents Pavilion, providing a space for parents to connect and share experiences.

Chacho Kidz Donholm Primary
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One of the highlights of Chacho Kidz is the presence of big stars who entertain and inspire the young audience.

Additionally, children themselves have the opportunity to showcase their talents through captivating performances.

The festival aims to create unforgettable memories for children, fostering a sense of belonging and community.

''I meet parents who came for the first one as children, who are now parents and they say it made a lot of difference in their lives, the first one was like over 15 years ago, they came when they were young.’’

Churchill emphasizes that Chacho Kidz goes beyond entertainment. Children not only enjoy the fun-filled activities but also learn from each other and gain valuable life lessons.

Many parents who attended the first Chacho Kidz event over 15 years ago now bring their own children, highlighting the lasting impact the festival has had on their lives.

Chacho Kidz Donholm Primary
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The festival's foundation lies in promoting a reading culture among children. Through activities such as public speaking, read-aloud events, and exploration of talents, Chacho Kids encourages children to embrace reading as an exciting and enriching activity.

Exemplary performers are recognized and rewarded with picture books and educative toys, motivating them to continue their educational journey with enthusiasm.

Chacho Kidz Donholm Primary
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Furthermore, Churchill, through Chacho Kidz, instills a sense of social responsibility in children.

The Laugh Industry website highlights the festival's aim of mobilizing kidz to support each other in times of hardship and engage in charitable activities such as visiting children's homes.

As Churchill brings back the Chacho Kidz festival, Kenyan children and parents alike eagerly anticipate a celebration of fun, learning, and community spirit.

The event promises to be a transformative experience that not only entertains but also empowers children to embrace their talents, foster a love for reading, and make a positive impact in society.

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