Nigeria’s singer Davido Adeleke loved the way Rwandese people treated him as a fellow Rwandan than a foreign.
The ‘Aye’ hit maker disclosed the information amid the show where he kept thanking Rwandese and president Kagame for being great people.
“It was my first time to come to Rwanda but I didn’t feel like a stranger at all because people treated me as a fellow Rwandan,” says Davido.
Davido added that, Rwanda is my second home and I will tell my fellow Nigerians how Rwandese are great in hospitality.
The singer was also overwhelmed by the revealers who kept singing alongside him on his hit songs like Sekelewu and Aye.
Davido stormed the stage at around 10PM and rocked revealers nonstop until 11PM as his manager kept backing him on stage.
July 4, 1994 is an important turning point in the history of this country as sons and daughters of Rwandan stopped the Genocide and liberated the country from a genocidal regime.
However, Davido’s concert did not attract huge number of music fans compared to P-Square’s show in 2012.
Local artistes like Jay Polly, Dream Boyz, Urban Boyz and Uganda’s diva Cindy curtain raised for Davido.
Born David Adeleke) is a performing and recording artiste and also a music producer. Davido was born in Atlanta GA, USA.
Davido has experienced different cultures but still stays true to his roots and this is evident in his music and the people he considers his biggest influences musically, which include Don Jazzy, 2 Face idibia, Sound Sultan and Wande Coal.