Press Release

The Mo Festival will feature some of the BEST music artists in Kenya which will be taking place at the KICC on Sat 29th April 2023. The Ibrahim Governance Weekend Concert will showcase some of the best performers in the country and one special international act!

The Mo Festival > Ngooooo000JA


The rapper/singer/songwriter, Nyashinski! Is set to headline and thrill his fans with a live performance. Nyashinski is one of Kenya’s most dynamic performers, roaring through classic bangers to newer hits. His soulful experience also reminds us of  Nyashinki’s rap group Kleptomaniax.


The concert will headline other top artistes on stage including incredible local superstars like; Mejja, Otile Brown, Femi One & Nviiri the Storyteller


There will also be a DJ line up DJ Joe Mfalme and the sensational DJ Pierra Makena


We definitely have a surprise act. Also! Get ready for the Senegalese sensation, Youssou N’Dour! He is known by his fans for memorable concerts and always brings down the roof with his bangers! 


Get your tickets now!


About; MO Ibrahim Foundation.

The concert is part of Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s annual Ibrahim Governance Weekend. The MO Ibrahim Foundation is an African organization promoting sound leadership and governance to transform the lives of Africa’s citizens. The foundation provides data analysis to assess governance performance and support evidence-based policy-making across Africa. The initiative and programmes inform discussions, convene stakeholders, and foster Africa’s future leaders. 


The Mo Ibrahim Foundation brings together leading voices from across Africa and beyond to discuss issues of critical importance to the continent’s progress. MIF is also anchored by the goal of championing Africa’s youth participation in the continent’s development. The forum took place from 25-27 May and footage from the event can be geared towards engaging urban Kenyan and African youth to improve their awareness about critical development issues affecting the continent. 

Let’s bring Nairobi to a standstill courtesy of The Mo Ibrahim Foundation. See you then!

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