Lolani Kalu- “I have written a Music Theory book in Swahili titled ‘Mawe Saba’ and I would like to request the Ministry of Education to recommend it in schools for music lessons.”
Former NTV journalist Lolani Kalu has thanked his fans for helping him when he needed help last year.
The plight of his struggling was highlighted on Twitter and Jalang’o invited him for an interview where he asked his fans to support the veteran Journalist with whatever amount of money they could afford.
“Tunapoendelea Mafans wako wengi wanasema Jamani Kalu Jamni tupatie hata number ya M-pesa tukutumie kitu Mpesa, Wanakuopenda hawa?” posed Jalang’o.
The kind act got the ex-NTV reporter emotional, to an extent of shedding tears in the middle of the interview.
Lolani is back to his feet and has opened a music recording studio where he is also supporting others to do their recordings.
Speaking to Mpasho.co.ke, Lolani thanked all those who supported him.
“As of now, I have a recording studio, a camera to do my recordings and to also go live with,” he said.
Lolani said he has also recorded songs and is yet to shoot have videos.
“I have written a music Theory book in Swahili titled ‘Mawe Saba’ and I would like to request the Ministry of Education to have it in schools for music lessons.
I have also recorded songs in the studio and I would kindly ask them to help me in shooting the video
I also have another song speaking about the importance of being united as a country.
I also ask them to subscribe to my YouTube channel Lolani Media so I can start earning from the site.”