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How it went down at Wizkid Katika Festival Nakuru (Images)

Saturday night Nakuru city was lit with some Nigerian Afrobeat, as Wizkid set the place ablaze. The NRG Radio sponsored event saw many Kenyan artists including Fena Gitu, the upcoming Ethic Crew, Le Band, Vivian, and Khaligraph Jones perform on the same stage as the Soco crooner. Of course, the only stadium big enough in Nakuru to host such an event would be Afraha stadium and hence that’s where the event took place. The gates opened at around 6 PM where a set of DJs set the fans in a dancing mood.

Down at the Nairobi-Nakuru Highway, Wiz was traveling in a heavily guarded motorcade making stopovers at popular spots on the popular spots along the route. As NRG radio had announced last week, the singer was to stop over at HighPoint to watch the escarpments and also at Kikopee meat joint. Back to Afraha, the performances were opened by LambaLolo hitmakers singing some of their dopest songs. Le Band took over followed by Fena G and Vivian and Finally Khaligraph Jones.

Of course, Khali was the rightful guy to hand over the stage to the StarBoy. WizKid performed most of his popular songs including the controversial track, Fever which he did last week alongside Tiwa Savage. Some of the songs he performed at the event include Soco, Daddy Yo, Energy, Manya, Malo, and Ojuelegba. Meanwhile, fans in Eldoret who had turned up for the inaugural Chaget Festival were disappointed after the man of the show Harmonize failed to appear on stage.

Images Courtesy of Pulse Live
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