Organisers of the second edition of’ Afro Nation Festival,’ a four-day beach event that aims to promote afro-beats to the rest of the world on the continent, have revealed that the goal is not to make money.
The event is motivated by enthusiasm for the African music industry, according to them, and so has attracted volunteers with the same drive.
Speaking with Cookie Tee and KOD on the Starr Drive, Afro Nation’s CEO King Samade said “People who do this with me, help, are passionate about the music business, the culture.
He said, “I am an African ambassador. It’s not something that makes cash. So we don’t just put anybody here, we don’t want to make this crazy money. Whatever the cost is, trust me that it’s the best. “Touching on what customers should expect, he said”
We want to make sure we offer the correct experience to the individuals. It is a question of amount over quality. “From 26 to 30 December, Afro Nation will hold Davido, Shatta Wale, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Medikal, Tiwa Savage, Kuami Eugene, Kidi and a host of others at the Laboma Beach resort, la. Artists from Ghana and abroad.