Muir’s own ‘Michael’ wins talent competition

2016-05-19 06:00
=Keasan Solomon was the overall winner of Muir College’s talent competition. Photo: SUPPLIED

=Keasan Solomon was the overall winner of Muir College’s talent competition. Photo: SUPPLIED

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A Grade 6 learner at Muir College Boys’ High School was declared the overall winner of the school’s talent competition.

The independent panel of judges, named Keasan Solomon the winner, with his outstanding copybook performance of the late king of pop, Michael Jackson.

Keason was the only primary entrance and had to compete against very talented senior learners. What makes his performance even more special is the fact that he did most of the choreography himself.

Keason definitely gave meaning to the motto of Muir, Nec Pluribus Impar, meaning “Second to None”.

This competition, last year, was won by Loyiso Gijana who also finished in the top 4 of Idols South Africa.


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