19 June 2013

Rwanda: Kevin Lyttle to Thrill Kwita Izina

Turn Me On (video) original ( Resource: Kevin Lyttle - Turn Me On )

The St Vincent and Grenadines Islands born star Lescot Kevin Lyttle Combs is set to rock Rwanda's gorilla naming ceremony {kwita Izina}. The 9th Kwita Izina ceremony will take place on Saturday-22nd, in Musanze town and will see 12 baby gorillas named alongside 1 gorilla family.

Kevin Lyttle confirmed his presence during Kwita Izina to Rwanda Development Board the chief organizers of the ceremony. Lyttle will be in company of Tanzania's heartthrob Ali Kiba and other local artists.

Kevin Lyttle last performed live in East Africa, 2007 in Uganda when his song Turn me on was a hit.

Meanwhile, big music names in Rwanda have registered to grace the kwita izina ceremony, the likes of Knowless Butera,

The concert will take place in Musaze town, Northern Rwanda on Saturday.

The event will be graced by high profile government officials, international guests, world celebrities and Rwandans at large.

Kwita Izina attracts huge numbers of people from all corners of the world, they come to witness the graceful ceremony where baby Gorillas get named as a way of identifying and preserving the endangered species.

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