Legendary Jamaican roots-reggae group, Wailing Souls, have jetted into the country, and they are set to stage an electric performance in Nairobi on November 5.
Speaking to members of the press when they met Nairobi Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke, the group said their visit to the country is aimed at educating youth about HIV/AIDs.
The concert, which will offer youth an opportunity to get free testing for HIV/AIDs, will go down on November 5 at KICC grounds from 6pm to 4am.
The concert has been Chini Ya Mti Promotions, All African Conference Center and Christian Partners Development Agency (CPDA), and the three organisations have revealed plans to launch a youth empowerment programme.
This is the first time that Wailing Souls has come to Africa.Some of their most popular songs includes Shark Attack, Bongonyah, Fire Mus Mus Tail, Stalk a Sensimenia andGrabbing and Running
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