Electrifying performances, art exhibitions, family-friendly activities, and cultural showcases, Nairobi Festival’s second edition debuted in a loud roar yesterday in celebration of our country’s 60th birthday.
Launched last year by Nairobi’s governor, Hon. Johnson Sakaja, the Festival’s aim in showcasing Nairobi’s cultural vibrancy and diversity shone bright as performances from revered artists such as Moji Short Baba and Femi One sparked the crowd at the revamped Uhuru Park.
A six-day high-octane fiesta, the festival offers creatives and entrepreneurs an opportunity to showcase their works in an effort to boost partnerships and growth in their businesses; a platform for vendors and businesses to showcase their products.
Our biggest resource is not under the ground but above the ground; the people of Nairobi. A resilient work force, dedicated, kind, social and creative people
Hon. Governor Johnson Sakaja
For the next five days, the people of Nairobi get to witness the city at its absolute best. Take a visit to Uhuru Park to not miss out.
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