Davido hints on Afro Nation going to Nigeria this year.

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Several months after Mr. Akwasi Agyemang, CEO of the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA), revealed that other nations were ardently attempting to host festivals like Afrofutre and Afro Nation, formerly known as Afrochella, in their nations, Nigerian music star Davido has hinted that Nigeria will be hosting this year’s Afro Nation festival for the first time.

In a recent Hot 97 interview, Davido remarked, “Afro Nation is going to Lagos for the first time, so that’s gonna be fire.”

The most recent information provided by the creator of the hit song “Fall” supports earlier calls made by Mr. Akwasi Agyemang for Ghana to work tirelessly to maintain the possibility of holding events like Afro Nation and Afro future.

Earlier this year, Mr. Agyemang told Accra-based Asaase Radio that his organization was prepared to use the “December in GH” program to demonstrate the effects of such events.

“For us to continue this to a certain level, we want to go back to cabinet and present the following information: this document, this is what we did in “December in GH,” this is what people are saying, this is the impact, and these are the statistics that were received.

Other nations are urging. Ruddy, chat to the Afrochella men and go to Little Havana, I mean, I know. They’ve been approached by people. According to reports, nations have approached them to bring the events to them.

The goal of the inclusive music and arts festival Afro Nation is to honor and promote African culture on all continents, not just Africa.

After the organizers and the Ghanaian government agreed to a 5-year cooperation, the first event was conducted in 2019.

The next year, however, the festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak and its subsequent repercussions on activities and the prohibition on social meetings.

The event, which was organized by Live Nation, Event Horizon, Smade Entertainment, and Memories of Tomorrow last year, made a big comeback. Among the artists who performed at the two-day festival were American Meek Mill, Nigeria’s P Square, Tiwa Savage, Rema, Ckay, and Ghana’s team of Kuami Eugene, KiDi, Gyakie, and Camidoh.

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