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Emotions and applause last night at Teatro Rossetti Vasto for the show of young acrobats Kivuli Centre in Nairobi (Follow link for original story in Italian). On stage young Kenyans , the youngest of six years and a half , the eldest 21 , all boys that Father Renato Kizito Sesana rescued from the street and returned to a life of dignity .
And today the youngsters go around the world bringing their message of peace and solidarity . The appointment of Vasto was organized thanks to the collaboration between the Adriatic association for immigrants , Caritas , Table Interreligious and City of Vasto . After the welcome of Hamid Hafdi , Don Gianfranco Travaglini and Anna Suriani , Father Kizito said , projecting a video , the experience of Nairobi , the city in which 4 million people are in poverty and where 150 thousand children living on the streets . The community Koinonia allows , after a journey , the boys to return to responsible citizenship.
Then , on the frenetic rhythms from the drums , which have never stopped during the show , the guys have proven skills in dance , song , mime , and in particular in the acrobatics , leaving gaping spectators of Rosetti . To close the evening the boys have brought on stage even some members of the public that we are left to engage in the dance . To close even the singing of the Lord’s Prayer written by the boys . ” Among them are Catholics , Christians of other churches , Muslims – explained Father Kizito- . But they wanted to compose and sing this song I now want to dedicate to you.