For those of you who do not know Elani, this is a Kenyan African pop band made up two fly chicks (Maureen Kunga, Wambui Ngugi) and a hunk dude (Brian Chweya). You can get acquainted with the trio on their YouTube Channel.
Maureen Kunga on May 4th, 2016 became admitted to the bar as an advocate of the Kenyan High Court. The singer now an advocate, was among a group of 114 lawyers that were admitted to the bar in a ceremony graced by Kenya’s Chief Justice Dr. Willy Mutunga.
Kunga is popularly known as one of the singers in Elani, a band that has taken Kenyan pop music many steps up the ladder. However, when she is not making hit music she was bookworm over at the University of Nairobi Law School.
Kunga achievement serves as a challenge to young people who are thinking of quitting school to pursue their dream of becoming an artist of some sort. While the art industry does make a living for a selected few, there is no reason why you cannot juggle between nurturing your artistic career while at the same time pursuing higher education.