On December 2, the Global Citizen festival Mandela 100 went down at the FNB Stadium, Johannesburg South, South Africa
World’s superstars among them Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Ed Sheeran, Usher, Wizkid, Pharell Williams, D’banj, Tiwa Savage, Chris Martin, and Cassper Nyovest to mention but a few thrilled festival-goers.
The crowds sang along to all the A-list celebrities hits and Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You left the festival-goers crazy about the song.
It was a performance of its kind. Many among them rich kids traveled far and wide to support their music icons and Kenya’s first family members were among them. President Uhuru’s daughter Ngina Kenyatta was present. Also, the president’s niece Nana Gecaga was in attendance.
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The two dressed for the event, and Ngina wore a little black dress, while Nana Gecaga dressed in a floral shirt dress. Tickets for the event ranged between R1 800 (13,000) and R4 200 (31,000).
Check out photos of Ngina Kenyatta and Nana Gecaga from the Global Citizen Festival
The Global Citizen Festival is part of a movement to end extreme poverty. By contributing to charity acts on the website, including watching videos and signing petitions, fans can get free tickets to the festival.
It is an annual music festival started in 2012 and organized by Global Poverty Project