No fewer than 46 musicians including Buju, Waje, Brymo, Fireboy, Kaycee, Asake, Timaya, Pasuma, Naira Marley, Tony Tetuila and Seyi Vibes among many other heavyweights in the music industry thrilled fans with electrifying performances at the Renewed Hope concert. Tribute to President-elect Bola Tinubu and his deputy Kashim Shettima at the MKO Abiola National Stadium, Abuja.
PUNCH reports that leaders of the youth wing of the All Progressive Congress, including Tinubu’s son Seyi, had announced a show to celebrate the youth for their contribution to the party’s victory in the general election.
Delighted by the scintillating performances of the guest artistes, David Offor wrote in a post using his Twitter handle: “By 1:16am Buju, Agbado community is not sleeping!! Us out!! #RenewHopeConcert.
Another eyewitness, Michael Zucci, while commenting on the development with a laughing emoji, using his Twitter handle, @MichaelOkwegba, wrote: “Timayak don’t ruin this Renewed Hope Concert with As E dey sweet us, E dey pain dem “.
Also, another person, Qudus Akanbi, using his Twitter handle @EleyiLagos, revealed that no less than 46 artistes would grace the stage for the concert.
His message read: “God’s #RenewedHopeConcert 46 Nigerian artistes from different parts of the country.”
Akanbi backstage videos of artists giving a shout out to their fans while watching their performances were attached to the post.
Another excited fan, Saheed Adesope, while enjoying the atmosphere of the exciting performances of the artistes on the mammoth stage, posted using his handle: “Pasuma didn’t blow my mind. #RenewedHopeConcert.”
The Chairman of the Renewed Hope Concert Media Committee, Ademuyiwa Taofeek, in a statement said the event was organized as an inclusive celebratory activity for the youth who have contributed to the victory of the party.
“This is an inclusive celebration of youth across the country who knocked on doors, convinced friends, faced great risks and stood firm to secure the renewed Hope agenda of our next president, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu,” the statement said. .