15 December 2012

Rwanda: P Square, Chameleone Perform in Kigali

Photo: P-Square/Facebook

WITH Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF), Inkotanyi, preparing their 25th Anniversary celebration, prominent musicians arrived to gear up the events.

On Thursday, at exactly 11:40pm, Nigerian siblings and singing duo, P Square, arrived at Kigali International Airport. The artistes, together with their entourage, were welcomed by a big number of fans who had been waiting for quite some time as the identical twins were supposed to have arrived at 10pm.

P Square's entourage included back-up singers, dancers, managers and bouncers. They were later driven off to their rooms at Kigali Serena Hotel where they spent the night.

Peter and Paul Okoye, popularly known as P-Square, are from Nigeria. They've released five albums, Last Nite (2003), Get squared (2005), Game Over (2007), Danger (2009) and The Invasion (2011). P Square has delivered smashing live performances alongside artistes like Usher, Wayne Wonder, Sean Paul, Wyclef Jean, Rick Ross, Akon and other international musicians.

A few minutes after midnight, Uganda's 'heavyweight', Dr Jose Chameleone also arrived. Like P Square, he had his crew of dancers, back-up singers and bouncer and of course, his young brother AK 47. The Valu Valu singer and his crew were also chauffeured off to Kigali Serena Hotel to rest.

Last night these artistes were scheduled to perform at Amahoro National Stadium in Kigali.

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