Time-tested Reggae queen Fyah Mummah Jahmby Koikai will be the special face at Buju Banton post Valentine reggae fiesta at the Kenyatta International Convention (KICC) ground on Saturday morning.
The jamaican star’s first show in Africa will be the best platform for Jahmy as she rebounds to the industry after taking a break in 2016 to battle a rare condition known as endometriosis.
The reggae queen excitedly announced on her social media space; ‘Buju Banton is in Nairobi ready for the show tomorrow.
Looking forward to an amazing gig.
Last gig i ever graced was in 2016. Looking forward to seeing all of you.
Kesho KICC. Get your tickets on www.nrg.radio or *299*99#
@nrgwaveke @nrgradioke @bujuofficial @mcteargas @deejay_juan @zjheno @krissdarlin @silverstarsound1 @ruffestdjmoh’’
Banton was scheduled to perform last Saturday but was rescheduled to allow Kenyans to go for the public viewing of the body of the late retired President Daniel arap Moi at the Parliament Buildings, adjacent to the concert venue.
Other reggae stars lined up to curtain raise for Banton are DJ Kriss Darlin, DJ Moh, MC Teargas, while media personality Njambi Koikai is the official mcee for the event.