Eddy Kenzo to perform at Wembley stadium on ‘One Africa Festival’

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Singer Edrisa Musuuza alias Eddy Kenzo must be the luckiest Ugandan musician on this planet as his music takes him to new places day by day. Among all the achievements he has got to his name including international accolades and performances, new opportunities are still searching for him and the latest being securing a performance at the mighty Wembley Stadium in London.

The Nickelodeon kids favorite African Star together with the Ghetto kids are set to entertain London people on the 2nd of June this year in an annual show dubbed ‘One Africa Festival’ at the England’s biggest Athletics stadium.

The singer is so excited after being selected to perform among the top Africa stars including P Square, Victoria Kimani, Flave and Pyhno in the event that comes to the UK for the first time and will be hosted by Nigerian singer, Banky W.

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