For some time, the Malaika Wange hitmaker took a break from music. She started the Keron Foundation in memory of her son. And come this year, Juliana and her friends staged a musical concert in Kenya in support of the foundation.
"We started the Keron Foundation in 2015 in memory of my son. The foundation was an inspiration for something he was passionate about and that is helping children. He was very kind, he inspired me to start a children's home and give children hope. That was the best way for me to celebrate him and keep his memory alive," she said.
"I only got back to work (music) this year and I started with a concert in Kampala that was sold out. I have been recording and there is new music coming out in a few weeks. It is an EP," she said.
Asked if she plans to get married, Juliana said she lives a day at a time and that she simply works towards having a better tomorrow.
"When I was in my 20s, I was obsessed with getting married. I was obsessed with walking down the aisle in this long white wedding dress. But I guess growth and life experiences have taught me that life is unpredictable. I have learnt to take it one day at a time. I am open-minded and I give everything a chance," she said.
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