30 artistes are set to perform in one concert to uplift Kenya’s spirit
The Media owners Association (MOA) is organizing Kenya’s biggest concert of hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic in commemoration of the hundreds who have lost their lives and the thousands that have contracted the disease. Over 30,000 Kenyans have contracted the virus since the first reported case in March with over 500 deaths occurring.
All leading television, radio stations and digital platforms will join arms at 8:00pm on Saturday, August 29, 2020, to broadcast the ‘Kenya Ni Yetu’. These include KBC, Kiss TV, Citizen TV, NTV, K24, KTN, Switch TV, Family TV, 3 Stones TV, Kass TV, TV47, and all major radio stations.
MOA charirman, Mr. Wachira Waruru, said that there is a need to encourage Kenyans and uplift their spirits at this time. “We stand with Kenya at this time, because we know the feeling of despondency and concern people are feeling.”
The ‘Kenya Ni Yetu’ concert will feature the country’s top performers including Sauti Sol, H_Art The Band, Eric Wainaina, Samidoh, Suzanna Owiyo, Redfourth Chorus, Elizabeth Njoroge and the Nairobi String Quartet amongst others as well as Grammy award-winning international artist Gramps Morgan of the mega reggae group Morgan Heritage.
The concert sponsored by Stanbic Bank is set to be aired digitally on www.yetulive.com as well as all TV stations.