In Summary

  • Ipupa promised to be back soon.
  • Fans discovered that their phones, Wigs had mysteriously vanished

Last night’s Walker Town concert at Uhuru Gardens Nairobi was an electrifying event that left fans both overjoyed and saddened.

With a lineup featuring Congolese superstar Fally Ipupa, Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage, Kenya’s Nyashinski, and South Africa’s dynamic DJ duo TxC, the excitement was real as fans flocked to the venue, eager to be entertained.

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Uhuru Gardens was packed to the brim with revelers, all set to enjoy an unforgettable night of music.

Fally Ipupa, the Congolese sensation, was greeted with thunderous cheers and applause as he took the stage.

He wasted no time in captivating the audience, delivering an awe-inspiring performance. His hits had everyone on their feet, dancing and singing along.

Amid the musical frenzy, some concert goers couldn’t help but notice that their evening had taken an unexpected turn.

In the midst of the excitement, a few ladies found themselves without their expensive wigs, and some fans discovered that their phones had mysteriously vanished.they blamed the concerts organizers for not taking security seriously in such a big event.

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Kenyans React

“Ati kwa fally ipupa mnaibiwa hadi wigs,”Flex Flx posted on X

“Wigs zilienda tena?” Ann fan asked

“For us who did not go ata siskii vibaya ati mulisanywa mbaya,” Boy Boy said

Tiwa Savage, the Nigerian superstar, took the stage next and set it ablaze with her powerful vocals.

Her rendition of “Who is Your Guy” had the crowd singing in unison, creating a euphoric atmosphere. Tiwa’s energy was infectious, and she left an indelible mark on the concert.

Nyashinski, representing Kenya, showcased his exceptional talent, earning roars of approval from the audience. As he performed his chart-toppers, fans sang along passionately, showing their appreciation for the homegrown talent.

As the night came to a close, Fally Ipupa took a moment to address the crowd. He promised to return to the country for another unforgettable show soon.

 

 

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