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TPF: Sitenda On Probation Again

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Dressed in faded tight blue jeans, a pair of white sneakers, a white shirt and a black coat, Sitenda hit the stage. She did her best in entertaining the crowd that Judge Hermes Bless aka Hermy B applauded her for being confident on the stage and entertaining the audience.


Jenny, the song she sang was her own composition that she dedicated to one of her coaches in the Academy, who was also in attendance during the show.


The show had been earlier on been opened by the music Director of the week, Muthoni curtain raising it with her renditions before the contestants took the stage.


Nyambura followed with Magnetic by Radio and Weasel, she really gave a great performance that the audience and everyone in the house enjoyed.


Next on stage was Kojjo from Uganda with Valu Valu by Chameleone, his performance left the audience grasping for more. It was an awesome performance noted by Judge Ian appreciating for the first time.


Next on stage was Amos and Josh with Ice Prince’s Oleku. They managed to entertain the audience. However something was lacking in their vocals.


Fess a.k.a the president of probation took the stage next with Thinking about you by Frank Oceans. He gave it his best but performance was punctuated with vocal variations thus the negative compliments from the judges.


Other performances of the day included, patrick’s Khona by Mafikizolo an amazing performance as stated by Judges. Phionah from Rwanda did Katy Perry’s roar. Hisia from Tanzania performed D’banj’s Oliver Twist an average performance with a mess in vocals, Hope from Burundi staged Busy Signal’s Missing you. However, the Judges stated that he was trembling.


Lastly, Daisy came on stage with Alaine’s Without you, it was an incredible performance as always although less better than the previous ones.


After the performances, four contestants where put on probation Fess from Kenya was once again back at what he is best at! He was put on probation for his third time.


He was also joined on the list by fellow Kenyans, Amos and Josh while Sitenda from Uganda and Hope from Burundi sealed the list.

Meanwhile, Sitenda Saturday survived eviction after she was saved by her fellow housemates.

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