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By KCWA Correspondent

Kuwait, Aug, 20: Well-known Konkani composer and singer Mike Simon arrived in Kuwait from Mangalore on Thursday August 17 for the much-awaited KCWA celebration “Korodacho Kurov” to be held on Friday August 25 from 4:30 pm at Masra Hawally Auditorium.

President Stephen Machado along with Lancy Rodrigues and Jossie Pinto received him at the airport.

The “Korodacho Kurov” show is sold out and no more passes are being issued.

M Veerappa Moily, Chairman, Administrative Reforms Commission and former Chief Minister of Karnataka, will be arriving along with his wife Malathi Moily on a private visit to grace this occasion as chief guest. 

The management committee and the members of KCWA will celebrate the achievement of KCWA by donating over Rs 1 crore to education of the underprivileged and for other humanitarian causes.

KCWA, the leading association of Mangaloreans in Kuwait, completed 18 glorious years of its existence in community service and supporting primary education for needy children, regardless of any religion or caste.

A fun filled variety entertainment programme has been planned to mark the occasion.

Leading singers of Kuwait Rony D'Cunha, Joyline, Lolita, Allen, Muriel, Thelma, Cynthia, Rita D'Souza and Jossy D'Cunha will also take part in the show along with Mike Simon.

Apart from lively Konkani songs there will be various dance performances from leading dance groups of Kuwait Jovas XLNC for dance, Ocean Kids and other groups. Hilarious jokes and a Konkani comedy skit will also be presented by leading local artistes.

A souvenir will also be released to commemorate the day, which in turn will strengthen KCWA to carry out the noble mission of educating more children in future too.


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