Showing posts with label MISS JESTINA. Show all posts
Showing posts with label MISS JESTINA. Show all posts

24 Oct 2011

 Frank Eyembe kutoka Urban Pulse, Lynn Kapinga, Jestina George, Mashel & Musa Sissasi Sarr

 Jestina akienda kupokea Tuzo Baada ya Blog of the year 

 Jestina Akila Pozi na wadau waliokuja kushoo Love

 Jestina Akimwaga speech ya kuwashukuru wote walioweza kumpigia kura

 Jestina akiwa katika pose na Tuzo yake

 Jestina akiwa na mdogo wake Luiza baada ya kupokea tuzo

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Zulfa, jestina, Lynn & Frank kutoka Urban Pulse wakifurahia ushindi

Urban Pulse Creative inapenda Kumpongeza dada yetu Jestina George kwa kushinda tuzo muhimu ya Blog ya Mwaka  katika  tuzo za BEFFTA zilizizofanyika Jumamosi tarehe 22 Octoba 2011 ndani ya ukumbi wa Lighthouse, Camberwell jijini London.

Wakati akitoa Hotuba yake Jestina alianza kwa kumshuru Mungu ambae amemwezesha kumpatia uzima, afya njema pamoja na mafanikio  makubwa aliyopata mwaka huu.  Aliendelea kwa kuwashukuru Wazazi wake na mwisho wadau wote ambao walimpigia kura Pia Mabloggers na Tovuti mbalimbali ambazo zimemsaidia kumpigia debe na kuibuka mshindi wa BLOG OF THE YEAR 2011 kutoka kwenye kundi lenye Blog 15 za kimataifa. Hii ikiwa ni mara ya kwanza kwa Mtanzania kuingia, kushinda na kumfanya kuwa Mtanzania wa Kwanza kupokea tuzo za BEFFTA  kwa upande wa Blogs

Jestina George ameitoa wakfu Tuzo yake kwa dada yake mpendwa Kissa George ambaye hatunaye tena hapa Duniani.

Vazi lake lilibuniwa na KIKI wa Kiki's Fashion Tanzania. Kwa maelezo zaidi na taswira mbalimbali za tukio hili Tembelea http://missjestinageorge.blogspot.com/

Asanteni,

Urban Pulse Creative

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Jestina George
CEO & Founder - MISS JESTINA GEORGE BLOG
Telephone: +447404332910
Facebook: JestinaGeorge


MIMI BINAFSI NA KWA NIABA YA WASOMAJI WA TOVUTI HII YA KULIKONI UGHAIBUNI TUNAKUPONGEZA SANA MISS JESTINA KWA MAFANIKO YAKO MAKUBWA.HONGERA SANA.
I AM EXCEEDINGLY PROUD OF YOU MY SISTA

12 Oct 2011


Hello to all you lovely people,

Miss Jestina George Blog has been nominated for the Blog of the Year category at the 2011 (BEFFTA) Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts Awards. Please show your support by voting through this link, http://www.beffta.com/voting, under category select News 4. Blog Of the Year & Under Nominee select Miss Jestina George then submit your vote. Voting closes on 14th October and your vote would be very much appreciated. If you have any questions please feel free to contact this email.

Thank you for your time,


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Jestina George
CEO & Founder - MISS JESTINA GEORGE BLOG
Telephone: +447404332910
Facebook: JestinaGeorge


19 Sept 2011

BEFFTA Founder Pauline Long with Frank from Urban Pulse
Beutiful ladies in the house
Dj Abbas with Miss Jestina George
Live perfomance
 
 
Urban Pulse and Miss Jestina George who's blog www.missjestinageorge.blogspot.com has been nominated as Blog of the Year, had the pleasure of attending the 3rd BEFFTA AWARDS nomination party at the London Hilton on Park Lane on Friday 16 September 2011.
URBAN PULSE CREW with Entrepreneurs
 
The party was awesome full glamour and excitements with Celebrities guests, Enterpreneurs, Shakers & Movers in showbiz.
Sola Oyebade from MAHOGANY PRODUCTION adressing to the invited guests during the launch party at Hilton Park lane Hotel, London
 
BEFFTA Awards is a distinctly special awards ceremony honouring the best showbiz and entertainment personalities in the black and ethnic communities in the UK, USA and globally. BEFFTA Awards is the first of its kind rewarding under one roof outstanding achievements and contributions from Africans, Caribbeans and Asians in entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts. This international prestigious ceremony celebrates an all round accomplishments of a hard working community within entertainment and showbiz especially the unknown talent that need exposure. The awards ceremony founded by Pauline Long also aims to inspire black and ethnic personalities worldwide to achieve at the highest levels.
 
The nomination categories were as follows:
 
MusicDance
Comedy
Radio
Newspapers
Magazines
Blogs
Events
DJ
Photographers
Fashion Category:
Fashion Designers
Stylists
Make-up Artists
Fashion Choreographers
Models
Beauty Pageants
Film Category
TV Category
ART Category
 
 
BEFFTA  Awards – Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts will be on the 22.10.2011
Thanks,
 

One of this year's BEFTA Award nominee Jestina George from Miss Jestina George Blog posing for the camera during the lauch party

URBAN PULSE CREATIVE In Association with MISS JESTINA BLOG

7 Jun 2011



Nuru The Light!!!

Jestina George had an opportunity to interview Artist  Fashion Blogger Nuru the Light and she gave us the full deets on her latest single ‘MUHOGO ANDAZI. Enjoy!!!!

JG: Why did you choose to pursue a music career?

NURU: IV BEEN SINGING SINCE THE AGE OF FOUR, I USED TO STAND WITH THE FAMILY CHOIR IN THE CHURCH AND SING. MY GRANDFATHER CANALI/MCHUNGAJI MAGOKE WAS A MAN OF GOD AND LIVED BY THE NAME OF GOD, SO BEING AROUND THAT WITH THE CHOIR I STARTED SINGING AT A VERY YOUNG AGE IT WAS AT 16YEARS OF AGE THAT I SIGNED A RECORD DEAL WITH STOCKHOLM RECORDS AND MY ARTIST NAME THEN WAS DANUMA.SO PROFESSIONALLY I STARTED AT 16 TO GO ON TOUR AND TRAVELLED ALOT PLUS ALL THAT COMES WITH THE JOB.

JG: How has the journey been since you started doing music?

NURU: AM GLAD THAT I STARTED YOUNG BECAUSE IT GAVE ME THE TOOLS, BOTH GOOD AND BAD THAT COMES WITH THIS JOB. AND ALSO A CHANCE TO MAKE MISTAKES SO THAT TODAY I CAN SAY I KNOW BETTER IN TERMS OF SIGNING A GOOD DEAL AND LOOK OUT FOR MYSELF. AT 16 I WAS JUST HAPPY TO BE SIGNED BUT TODAY I WOULDNT SETTLE FOR JUST THAT.

THE JOURNEY HAS BEEN BOTH GOOD AND BAD BUT THEN AGAIN I DONT KNOW IF I WOULD HAVE IT ANY OTHER WAY BUT AT THE SAME TIME IV LEARNED ALOT ALONG THE WAY, BOTH AS A WOMAN AND AN ARTIST.

IV BEEN LIED TO, PROMISED THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN, SOME EVEN TAKEN MY MONEY, TRUSTED THE WRONG PEOPLE BUT AT THE END OF THE DAY IT MADE ME STRONG SO THAT TODAY I CAN STAND UP FOR MYSELF, AS OPRAH ALWAYS TELLS HER GUESTS "SIGN YOUR OWN CHECKS!"

JG: What inspires you as a singer?

NURU: LIFE INSPIRES ME NOT JUST MINE BUT OTHERS ASWELL. SINGING IS MY PASSION, IS A WAY OF LIVING AND ITS SOMETHING THAT GOD BLESSED ME WITH.

MY VOICE IS A GIFT AND AM NOT GONNA LET GOD DOWN BY NOT USING IT....

JG: How long have you been singing for and how have you evolved as an artist?

NURU: IV BEEN SINGING SO LONG BUT EVOLVING AS AN ARTIST HAS ALOT TO DO WITH HOW YOU SEE YOURSELF. MY VOICE IS MY TOOL AND JUST AS YOUR BODY YOU HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF IT.

SMOKING, DRINKING, DRUGS AND SOME FOOD DESTROYS WHAT YOU HAVE IF YOU ARE NOT CAREFUL BUT TO ME TAKING LESSONS,LISTENING AND WORKING WITH OTHER ARTISTS AND ALWAYS LEARNING NEW THING MAKES ME EVOLVE AS AN ARTIST.

JG: What are your views on the Tanzanian entertainment industry today?

NURU: OUR TANZANIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY NEEDS MORE PEOPLE INVOLVED CAUSE AS OF RIGHT NOW FEW PEOPLE CONTROL THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AND THAT IS WHAT MAKES US NOT TO MOVE FORWARD. WE NEED MORE VARIETY RATHER THAN TWO VIEWS AND HOW TO RUN THINGS. WE NEED RISK TAKERS WHO ARE WILLING TO TAKE A CHANCE.,.,INSHALLAH WE WILL SEE...

JG: What are the best and worst parts of being an artist in Tanzania, though you live in Europe?

NURU: THE WORST IS THAT PEOPLE DON'T SEE YOUR VIEW OR GET IT RIGHT AWAY..THEY ARE SO USED IN DOING SOMETHING IN ONE WAY THAT IS WHY SO IT TAKES TIME TO CONVISCE THEM. SOMETIMES THEY DONT RESPECT SUDDEN ASPECTS LIKE TIME IS MONEY AND PROFFESIONALISM WHEN IT COMES TO WORK.

FOR EXAMPLE IF I AM NOT PRESENT IN TANZANIA MY WORK GOES VERY SLOW BECAUSE AM NOT THERE TO PUSH EVERYBODY WHILE THEY ARE ALREADY PAID AND THATS VERY SAD. THE GOOD PART IS THAT IN EUROPE I CAN LIVE MY LIFE AND GO ON WITHOUT THINKING THE PAPS ARE THERE.

I CAN GO TO A CLUB AND GO WILD WITHOUT SAYING OH GOSH, HERE AM JUST NURU AS OPPOSE TO NURU THE LIGHT OR NURU THE SINGER. AT MY WORK PEOPLE DONT EVEN KNOW THAT I SING AND AM OK WITH THAT.

JG: Would you say the bad economy crisis the world is currently facing as affected you directly as a singer?

NURU: IT HASNT REALLY AS A SINGER MAYBE ON A PERSONAL LEVEL BUT THE MUSIC INDUSTRY IS GONNA LIVE BECAUSE WHEN PEOPLE ARE SAD OR GOING THROUGH A HARD THING IN LIFE MUSIC ALWAYS HELPS SO IN THE LONG RUN IT HASN'T EFFECTED ME MUCH WHICH I THANK GOD FOR THAT.

JG: How many videos have you made till date? Name them if you can please

NURU: MORE THAN TEN VIDEOS BUT AM JUST GONNA NAME THE SWAHILI VERSIONS

WALIMWENGU
MSELA
KWANINI
"MUHOGO ANDAZI"
WAS FEAUTERED IN CHEGES VIDEO, MORACKA, AND QUICK ROCKA CALLED BULLET WHICH I WAS A LEAD GIRL.., FUN TIMES

JG: Tell us what inspired the concept for your latest single ‘MUHOGO ANDAZI’ and also tell us a bit about the video?

NURU: HAHAHAAHAHAHA THE SONG CAME ABOUT AS A JOKE, WE WERE IN THE STUDIO N BOB SAID NURU WE SHOULD CALL THE SONG MUHOGO ANDAZI AND I WENT LIKE HAHAHAAHA WE MJINGA NINI, UTANIITAJE MM ANDAZI AND THEN I STARTED SINGING CAUSE THE MELODY JUST CAME TO ME AND I SANG WE MUHOGO WEE AND HE ANSWERED ANDAZI WE AND THATS THE STORY OF HOW IT ALL STARTED. THIS SONG HAS ITS ON HISTORY BECAUSE SO MANY THINGS HAPPENED WHILE RECORDING LIKE COMPUTER DIED ON US WHILE RECORDING..,


Nuru at the studio recording "MUHOGO ANDAZI"

JG: How long did it take to shoot the video?

NURU: THE VIDEO TOOK 4HOURS ONLY TO SHOOT BECAUSE I ALWAYS COME PREPARED ON MY VIDEO SHOOT AND OTHERS.

JG: Tell us about the team behind the video, Who wrote the ‘Muhogo Andazi’, who produced it and who was your glam squad ? Who are you wearing? We’re style spotting already and we spot Chichia London, are we right?

NURU: THE SONG WAS RECORDED AT AT SHAROBARO RECORDS IN MAGOMENI AND BOB JUNIOR MR CHOCOLATE FLAVOUR PRODUCED THE SONG AND WROTE MOST OF THE LYRICS BUT MELODIES AND HARMONIES THAT WE DID BOTH ME AND HIM.

THE TEAM BEHIND WAS VISUAL LAB WITH ADAM JUMA AS A VIDEO DIRECTOR WHO CAME WITH HIS CREW AND MAKE UP PEOPLE BUT I DID MY MAKE UP ALL BY MYSELF SINCE I KNEW EXACTLY WHICH KIND OF LOOK I WANTED FOR THE SHOOT. I WORE MAC FOUNDATION AS A BASE AND I DONT HAVE ANYTHING ELSE EXCEPT THAT AND THE RED LIPS OFFCOZ.

I WORE TWO DRESSES BY CHICHIA LONDON AND TWO DRESSES FROM H&M. I WORE A COPPAR BRACELET/NECKLACE AND BANGLES FROM MADE BY AFRICA ANOTHER TANZANIAN BRAND MAKING GOOD STUFF. AND MR CHOCOLATE FLAVOUR WORE HIS YOUTHFULL SWAGG.,


Nuru at the shoot of her new video 'MUHOGO ANDAZI"

JG: Wow! You did a great job with the make up, now our favourite part, Talk us through wardrobe for the music video.

NURU: WHEN IT COMES TO MY WARDROBE FOR THE VIDEO I USUALLY PUT TOGETHER EVERYTHING THE NIGHT BEFORE AND I EAN EVERYTHING, FROM THE ACCESSORIES,TO SHOES,UNDERWEAR AND THE ACTUAL DRESS OR PANTS. I DO SO BECAUSE I WANNA COME PREPARED AND IT SAVES A LOT OF TIME WHEN YOU ARE IN LOCATION AND IT'S STRESS FREE. FOR THIS ONE IT WAS VERY EASY SINCE I KNEW AM WEARING CHICHIA AND MY LONG GREEN MAXI DRESS AND I WAS GOOD TO GO WHICH YOU ALL CAN SEE. YA ANOTHA THING DO YOU KNOW THAT I DID MY MAKE UP ON THE WAY TO LOCATION USING A SIGHT MIRROR OF THE CAR HAHAHAAHAH...,AND HOW GREAT IT TURNED OUT TO BE..,

JG: What should we look forward to next from Nuru?

NURU: AM NOT JUST A SINGER AM ALSO A FASHION BLOGGER, SO YOU SHOULD EXPECT A LOT MORE FROM ME CAUSE THERE IS MORE COMING INSHALLAH!!

JG: Do you have a message for our readers and your fans?

NURU: MY MESSAGE TO ALL THE READERS IS THAT WE AS BLACK WOMEN SHOULD LEARN TO LOVE YOURSELF,TO SUPPORT EACH OTHER, LOVE ONE ANOTHER AND BE GREAT ROLE MODELS TO OUR CHILDREN,THE TIME FOR A CHANGE HAS COME THAT WHEN YOU SEE YOUR FELLOW SISTER TRYING TO MAKE IT LEND HER A HAND AND WALK WITH HER AND TELL HER GO FOR IT BECAUSE SHE IS WORTH IT. AHSANTE!

Check out the video "MUHOGO ANDAZI" BELOW":

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME NURU & WE WISH YOU ALL THE BEST!!

JG



XOXOXOXOXOXO


For more on Nuru visit her blog NURU THE LIGHT

Chanzo: Miss Jestina

30 May 2011



JG: CAN YOU PLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF?

ALEX: My name is Alex Kajumulo. I was born in Muleba, Bukoba, Tanzania. Currently, I live in the U.S. (Seattle, Washington) where I coach youth soccer and run my own soccer training program. It's the only soccer program run by an African in Washington State. When I am not coaching soccer, I am making music, writing books, and designing sports clothing and gear.


JG: WHEN DID YOU START DOING MUSIC & WHAT KIND OF MUSIC DO YOU DO?

ALEX: I have loved music my whole life especially when I was a child. I began making music professionally in 1998, collaborating with my good friend Kool James "Mtoto wa Dandu" and the amazing singer Mbilia Bell, from DRCongo. My music can not be labelled by anyone, it is it's own new style. That's why I called my first album "Never Before." You can find this album and all of my music on I-tunes, Spotify, Amazon, and anywhere digital music is sold.


JG: WHAT DO YOU THINK OF BONGO FLAVA & THE KILI MUSIC AWARDS?

ALEX: As a Tanzanian, I love Bongo Flava music. But I don't think Bongo Flava will translate to an international market. If Bongo Flava musicians want to get world wide appeal, they have to do something more original. Someone like Remi Ongallo, who was a true original, his music is still being listened to in the international world music market even today. The music is so good they listen even if they don't understand the language.


You know the Kili Music Awards started from my vision. I wrote up a plan for the Tanzanian Music Awards and gave the plan to James Dandu in 1999. It's not an original idea, it is just a copy of the American Music Awards. James and I presented the first Tanzanian Music Awards. After James died, his wife, Devota, was able to put on one more Tanzanian Music Awards but then she returned to Europe.


The people who are running the Kili Music Awards took the event over and are continuing to this day. They changed the name of the Awards and I do not have anything to do with it. I don't like the way they manage the awards, the awards are only given to insiders and I don't think it is fair and open to all Tanzanian musicians. Our original vision was to recognize original talent no matter who they were, who they knew, or how much money they had. Especially young musicians.


I am working to restart the Tanzanian Music Awards so that I can realize mine and my friend James's vision of making it for all people of Tanzania.


JG: IS THERE ANYTHING THAT YOU THINK SHOULD BE DOEN TO MAKE THINGS BETTER OR IS IT OK THAT WAY?

ALEX: I am happy for them to continue to hold the Kili Music Awards according to their own vision. But it is not my vision and I would like to bring back the Tanzanian Music Awards for the people. One of the awards I am looking forward to presenting is the JAMES DANDU ORIGINAL ARTIST AWARD for the most original Tanzanian musician each year.

JG: WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO OTHER UPCOMING ARTISTS & YOUNG PEOPLE OUT THERE?

ALEX: You've got to be original. These days anyone can make music and record with digital equipment so in order to stand out you must be original.



JG: WHO HAS BEEN YOUR INSPIRATION?

ALEX: My inspiration is me! I grew with a lot of problems and no one to rely on. I rely on myself for inspiration and I have gone far, but I always put God in front of me for everything I do, but I am not religious.


JG: WHAT DIFFICULTIES DOU YOU FACE & WHAT ARE YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS SO FAR?

ALEX: The most difficult part of being an independant musician is marketing your music and making enough money to eat.


JG: WHERE DO YOU PERFORM IF ONE WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOU PERFOM LIVE?

ALEX: I only really perform for special events that involve social justice. When I do perform, I perform with a large band, at least 8 members. I perform mostly at College venues, Festivals, and big Theatres.

I am currently organizing a large event to promote Malaria Awareness in Kyela District, Tanzania. The "Malaria is Dangerous" concert will be held on Saba Saba Day (July 7) 2011. This will be my second big "Malaria is Dangerous" Concert. The first was held in November of 2010 here in the U.S. YOu can find clips from the concert on my youtube channel. It was also televised locally and broadcast live on the internet to an audience of over 8 million people.

JG: APART FROM MUSIC WHAT OTHER THINGS ARE YOU INVOLVED IN?

ALEX: Soccer is a big part of my life. I have written a book for children called "Soccer Monster" you can see it at www.soccermonster.org. At that website you can also find information about my training program. You can see my youth soccer team at www.kajumulofc.org. You can find out more about me and my music at www.babukaju.com and www.alexkajumulo.com or become my friend on facebook, look for Alex Kajumulo. You can also find me on myspace at www.myspace.com/alexkajumulo. I have over 85 songs on the market, you can buy them at I-tunes or anywhere else and you can see my videos on my youtube channel at www.youtube.com/user/alexkajumulo.


JG: I HAVE HEARD THAT YOU HAVE A BOOK COMING OUT SOON, CAN YOU PLESE TELL US ABOUT IT AND WHERE WE CAN GET OUR COPIES?

ALEX: My latest book is called FADHAA and will be released this summer. It is a novel (fiction) that asks the question, When love ends, does life continue? I wrote my first novel in Swahili because that is my native language and I love my language. I have written this story for the people of my country. Later, FADHAA will be made into a movie, but I am currently shooting a movie called "Searching for Love" which will be released next summer (2012). Of course, I also have the Soccer Monster book for the children of the world. It is written in English because it is a universal sport. I am planning more Soccer Monster books and translations into different languages.

SOURCE: The interview was conducted by Miss Jestina George.You can read the full interview in HER BLOG WHICH IS AVAILABLE HERE (CLICK THIS LINK)

27 May 2011

Mrs Agnes Atim Apea - Motivation Speaker, PhD Student, Gender and HIV, Reading University; Dr. Bunmi Arogunmat - Motivation Speaker; Terrence Higgins Trust;Mama Balozi, Tanzania; Mama Waziri Mkuu, Tanzania; Dr. Sylvia Anie, Director, Social Transformation Programmes Division, Commonwealth Secretariat, Sponsors of the prommmae and Mama Balozi, Kenya.

MAMA BALOZI JOYCE KALLAGHE AKIKARIBISHA WAKINA MAMA

MARIAM MUNGULA NA MAMA PINDA

MJUMBE WA NEC ASHA BARAKA AKIWA NA JESTINA GEORGE

/MKE WA BALOZI WA KENYA AKISALIMIA WAKINA MAMA

MKE WA WAZIRI MKUU MAMA TUNU PINDA AKIONGEA NA WAKINA MAMA

WAKINA MAMA KATIKA POSE NA MGENI RASMI

WAKINA MAMA KATIKA PICHA YA PAMOJA

YALIOYOJIRI SEMINA YA WAKINA MAMA NCHINI UINGEREZA TAREHE 21 MAY 2011

TA-UK ikishirikiana na TAWA waliandaa semina ya akina mama iliyofanyika nyumbani kwa Balozi wa Tanzania Uingereza, Jumamosi, 21 Mei 2011.Mgeni Rasmi alikuwa Mama Pinda Mke wa Waziri Mkuu, Tanzania.

Mada ya Semina ilikuwa “Wanawake kama Wakala wa Mabadiliko” na mkazo zaidi kwenye - Mwamsho kuhusu Waafrika waishio Uingereza wanaoishi au walio adhirika na UKIMWI” “HIV and AIDS Awareness Seminar: for African communities affected by HIV and AIDS in the United Kingdom. 

Kusudu na Mategemeo ya Semina:
Makusudi ya semina yalikuwa: kuwakumbusha/mwamko kuhusu Ukimwi, kuzungumzia maswala ya stigma, ubaguzi, watu kutokukubali (denial), kukubali na kuweza kujitokeza. Inategemewa hatimaye kuweza kuwa na vikundi vya kusaidiana baini ya Waafrika hususani Watanzania waishio Uingereza.

Objectives:
The seminar aims to: Raise HIV and AIDS awareness, discuss issues of stigma, discrimination, denial, acceptance and disclosure of HIV status, training needs, develop support and social network groups among the African communities living in the UK. 

Semina ilikuwa katika sehemu mbili:
Sehemu ya kwanza ilikuwa kwa Kiingereza na wazungumzaji wakuu walitoa changamoto kuhusu:
Akina Mama kama Wakili wa Mabaliko: 
  • Akina mama walikumbushwa kwamba afya ni jambo la mhimu kwa kila mtu. Maendeleo au mabadiliko yeyote yale yana leletwa na watu wenye afya nzuri. Kwa hiyo ni vema mama kujali afya yako ikiwa ni pamoja na kuungalia mwili wako kama vile kwenda hospital na kupimwa kwa magonjwa mbali mbali, kubadilisha mwenendo wako. Mama akiweza kujali na kubadilisha mwenendo wake yeye atakua mfano na kuwa taa kwa watu waliokaribu naye – familia pamoja na jamii kwa ujumla. 
  •  Kuishi kwa mategemeo –“Living positively with HIV” – Hii ilikuwa changamoto sana kwa wajumbe, watu walielezwa kuwa ukiwa na UKIMWI siyo mwisho wa maisha. Mtoa mada kwanza aliuza swali hivi nani anaweza kumtumbua mtu aliyeaidhirika kwa Ukimwi yuko vipi au unaweza kumtambua vipi? Jibu hakuna mtu ambaye anaweza kutambua labda mtu akiwa mahututi kitandani. Jibu ni kwamba mtu ye yote Yule anaweza kuwa ana Ukimwi lakini hakuna anayejua. Mtoa mada alisema kuwa yeye ameadhirika tangu akiwa mdogo lakini sasa hivi ameolewa na ana watoto. Amesoma na anafanya PhD na anaishi maisha ya furaha kama watu wote. Fundisho jamani ukiwa na UKIMWI siyo mwisho wa maisha. Lakini unaweza kufanikiwa kuishi haya maisha kama utapimwa na ikajulikana mapema kuwa umeadhirika ili ukapata msaada.

Sehemu ya pili:
Mama Balozi alimkaribisha Mama Waziri Mkuu. Mama Pinda alisema kuwa amefurahishwa sana na kitendo cha akina mama kukutana na kuwa na semina nzuri sana iliyoelimisha, kufumbua watu kuelewa mambo zaidi. Vile vile alimshukuru Mama Balozi kwa kuweza kuwakaribisha wanawake nyumbani kwake.Aliahidi kuwa endapo atapata nafasi ya kuja Uingereza tena atajihidi kukutana na akina mama. Semina za uamusho kwa
Vile vile wakati huu wajumbe walipata nafasi ya kupata changamoto nyingine toka kwa mtu ambaye vile vile amejitokeza kuwa yeye ameadhiriwa na Ukimwi, alisema siyo jambo rahisi kujitokeza kwani kuna mambo mengi sana kama vile– dharau, kukataliwa na ndugu, kuogopa kuondolewa etc. Alisema ameweza kufika hapa kwa sababu alitambua mapema kuwa ameadhiriwa. Kwa hiyo changomoto ilikuwa jamani tujitahidi kupimwa mara kwa mara.

Kusudu na Mategemeo ya Semina
Makusudu ya semina yalikuwa: kuwakumbusha/mwamko kuhusu Ukumwi, na kuzungumzia maswala ya stigma, ubaguzi, watu kutokukubali (denial), kukubali na kuweza kujitokeza na na hatimaye kuweza kuwa na vikundi vya kusaidiana baini ya Waafrika hususani Watanzania waishio Uingereza.TA-UK itaendelea kuandaaa hizi semina kwa kushirikiano na vikundi mbali mbali vya Kitanzania, Africa Mashariki vilivyopo nchini Uingereza. Hizi Semina zinadhaminiwa na msaada kutoka Commonwealth Secretariat

CHANZO: Miss Jestina

30 Apr 2011



Zaidi mtembelee katika Blogu yake inayopatikana HAPA

29 Apr 2011



Baada ya miezi,wiki na masaa,hatimaye ile siku ya kihistoria imewadia.Leo,Ijumaa ya tarehe 29 April 2011,mjukuu wa Malkia Elizabeth wa Pili,Prince William,anafunga ndoa na mchumba wake Kate Middleton,jijini London.Inatarajiwa zaidi ya watu bilioni mbili duniani kote watakuwa wakifuatilia harusi hiyo kwenye runinga zao.

Kwa bahati nzuri,dada yetu Miss Jestina,anatarajia kufuatilia tukio hilo la kihistoria kwa karibu zaidi,na kila kitu kikienda kama kilivyopangwa basi atatuletea up-to-the-minute updates kuhusu tukio hilo la aina yake.Pamoja na mengineyo,anatarajiwa kufanya mahojiano na watu mbalimbali watakaohudhuria shughuli hiyo.

Wakati tunawatakia Prince William na mkewe mtarajiwa Kate ndoa njema na ya amani basi usikose kufuatilia shughuli hiyo ya kihistoria katika blogu ya dada yetu Miss Jestina,live and direct from London hapa Uingereza.

Bonyeza  picha ifuatayo kutembelea blogu ya Miss Jestina





Stay tuned

16 Feb 2011



My sista Jestina,a top-notch fashion blogger,with her exquisitely beautiful daughter Princess Iman .

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1 May 2010




Message from JESTINAI will be hosting a brand new talk show ALL ABOUT WOMEN.It explores issues and the progress made by women of Black origin who work and live in and outside London. The show is presented by Jestina George and Kayisha.On this show, the girls talk about everything from fashion to music and general gossip. The show will start showing on Sky Channel 184 BEN TV every monday 10:30 PM. The first show goes out on Monday the 3rd of May 2010. Also the show can be watched on AILTV just log on http://www.ailtv.com or you can purchase a set top box and watch the show and many other programs on a normal television set. For more info Please contact us [email protected] or call us on 07595040952

22 Apr 2010

Dressed to kill.Our sisters looking good.Picture courtesy of Miss Jestina's Blog.(1st left ).

'SOS' Appeal!

Yea,I normally blog about politics and such stuffs,but,well,there's no harm in touching some other  issues that make the world go around.I'm talking about fashion.If you happen to visit as many blogs each day as I do you certainly would appreciate that our sisters are doing quite an excellent job in blogging about different stuffs in our lives,especially fashion.However,unfortunately,most of them tend to 'forget' including men's fashion trends in their blogs.They justifiably could 'defend' themselves by arguing that it's not up to them to make sure that we look as good as they normally do.But,honestly,when you have the likes of me whose taste for fashion is as good as a blind man in a dark alley,that spells trouble,and calls for an urgent need for help.Arguably,I'm not an exceptional case as there's probably a whole bunch of guys out there who seriously need help.So,come on sisters,we all know that if what a man dresses pleases you it certainly would please the rest of the world.Could you kindly please think of us,at least once a month, when you keep your audience posted about latest fashion trends?

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