Here’s What To Expect At The COVID-19 Hope For Africa Benefit Concert
MultiChoice Africa in partnership with One Africa Global Foundation will broadcast a special COVID-19 Hope For Africaconcert to help raise funds for medical practitioners and support the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa. The concert scheduled to air Sunday, May 31 at 7pm WAT on Africa Magic Family (DStv channel 154 and GOtv channel 2).
Some of the leading African acts will be performing at the concert. The star-studded line-up includes: 2Baba (Nigeria), Adina (Ghana), Akothee (Kenya), Bombshell (Zambia), Betty G (Ethiopia), CIC (Liberia), Cobhams Asuquo (Nigeria), Davido (Nigeria), DJ Spinall (Nigeria), DJ Vivian (Uganda), Eddie Jay (Senegal), Efya (Ghana), Falz (Nigeria), Flavor (Nigeria), Jose Chameleone (Uganda), Keche (Ghana), Ladipoe (Nigeria), Lij Micheal (Ethiopia), Mr 2Kay (Nigeria), Nandy (Tanzania), Nsoki (Angola), Sarkodie (Ghana), Scientific (Liberia), Shadaya (Zambia), Stonebwoy (Ghana), Tekno (Nigeria), The Ben (Rwanda), Tiwa Savage (Nigeria), Waje (Nigeria) and Yasirah Bhelz (South Africa).
The Chief Executive Officer, MultiChoice Nigeria, John Ugbe explained why MultiChoice has partnered with One Global Africa Foundation to broadcast the concert. He said, “As Africa’s biggest storyteller, we are committed to giving back to the communities where we operate. We are passionate about the development of the African continent as we continue to use the power of entertainment to give hope, enrich lives, and bring people together especially during these uniquely difficult times.”
The One Africa concert will also feature goodwill messages of hope and encouragement by past and current leaders, health workers and COVID-19 survivors, and will be hosted by Dakore
Egbuson-Akande (Nigeria), Mawuli Gavor, (Ghana) Osas Ighodaro (Nigeria), and Wanjira Longauer (Kenya)
All proceeds from the Hope For Africa Benefit Concert will be used as special interventions for accessible, functional medical equipment, COVID testing stations and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to minimize exposure to the virus.
Don’t miss this historic concert that will see Africans unite for a just cause. Stay connected by visiting www.dstvafrica.com or www.gotvafrica.com and download MyDStv or MyGOtv Apps for other self-service options.
For more information about the COVID-19 Hope For Africa Benefit Concert, please visit www.OAGFoundation.com and follow One Africa Global Foundation @oagfoundation on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #OneAfricaGlobal #HopeForAfrica.