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Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 06 October 2011 02:41 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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MOBO nominated deejay Khago will be one of the headline acts at  Montego Bay's premier family event, the Busta Nyammins and Jammins Food Festival on Heroes Day. The 11th staging of the event will be held at the Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre.  


 “I am looking forward to the event because it is a major fundraiser for the 4 H club movement in Jamaica, and we must do to support organisations that support the youth of Jamaica,” Khago said in a release.        
The Busta Nyammins and Jammins 2011 Festival endorses the 'Eat Jam-aican' campaign by the Ministry of Agriculture, and will seek to promote the concept with food items that will be available for consumption. Busta 4-H Nyammins and Jammins Food Festival is one of the main annual fund-raising events for the Jamaica 4-H Movement.                                                                                                                                                    
This year’s event will feature a farmers' market at the venue, chain-saw contests, canine contests and even a strong-man competition.                                                                                                                                      
In the meantime, the deejay has been nominated for a MOBO (Music of Black Origin) award in the category of Best Reggae Act alongside Mavado, Damian Marley and Nas, and Alborosie. The show will held on October 5 in Glasgow.
“I just want to congratulate the other nominees and I wish them all the best as well,” the deejay whose latest single, Tun Up De Ting on the Overproof riddim, is at #3 on the ER dancehall charts as well as
#2 on the FIWI Choice Top Ten charts.
The deejay will be performing at a show in Washington D.C soon and he is also booked for a club show in Philadelphia at the end of this month.
"Right now, the ting tun up," he said in the release

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