Hope For Africa Benefit Concert – COVID – 19
The Covid-19 pandemic is still making waves around the world and leaving countries in a staggering state and causing fear among individuals, with its devastating impact on the economy, livelihoods, societies, gatherings and more.
However, in the wake of this misshapenness, should not make life seem daunting but being optimistic that, this too shall pass.
One thing the world or every country is looking forward to is seeing its citizens staying safe and healthy whiles practicing the precautionary measures.
And allow the forefront health workers fight for solutions to contain the deadly virus.
Therefore, the African continent, as part of the fight against this pandemic, has decided to team up with its skilful entertainers to inspire Africans through the African music and goodwill messages.
A program dubbed, “Covid-19 Hope for Africa Concert”,
has been scheduled on Sunday, May 31, 2020 which will be streamed live across Africa to entertain people in the comfort of their homes.
The Hope For Africa Benefit Concert is a collaborating between MultiChoice media group and One Africa Global.
This upcoming event aims to help disadvantaged individuals and less privileged societies in Africa through education, innovative ideas and public health interventions.
The virtual concert is set to leave exciting memories and bring families together during this pandemic era.
African Celebrities participating includes, Diamond Platnumz, Sakordie, Stonebwoy, Efya Nokturnal, Adina, Mzvee, Ykee Benda, Banky W, Denola Grey, 2Baba, Princess Jnap Sessay and several great acts.
MultiChoice has described the partnership with One Africa Global Foundation as serving similar purposes to the African continent which is giving back to societies across Africa and aid development among the vulnerable.
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They are using the power of music and arts to reach out to the hopeless, help people to put themselves together as we all struggle with the pandemic as well as creating unity among people through the musical concert.
Adding to the above, Paul Okoye CEO of One Africa Global Foundation commended the continent for the immense support regarding the global fight against the covid-19 pandemic.
He believes that staying together as Africans and supporting the fight by inspiring each other whiles we hope and stay safe is the best approach to defeat the difficult situation.
It was revealed by the partnered institutions that the funds generated from the virtual concert will be used to provide safety for the health workers risking their lives to help fight the virus and to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to prevent them from contracting the virus.
They will also help in the provision of testing kits and Covid-19 zones to improve the testing capacity of people.
Credit: One Africa Global