By; KATO P.. LADAN, Kaduna
Tuface Idibia (2baba), Jeremiah Gyang, Aituaje Iroube (Waje) DJ Neptune, Abimbola Arowosele (Bimbo 9ja) arrived Kaduna on Thursday ahead of the Eargasm charity musical concert slated for Friday at the gymnasium hall of the Ahmadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna.
The concert put together by Fusion Nigeria, a youth and community organization working in Kaduna which promoted the ‘vote not fight’ campaign during the build up to the 2015 general elections is in collaboration with the Bulkwyld media network international.
According to the Fusion Nigeria team leader, Nentawe Gomiyar and Chief Executive Officer of bulkwyld media network while addressing a pre-event press conference preparatory to the concert, Kaduna citizens should expect nothing but the best from the calibre of celebrated musicians who will perform.
According to the team leader, Fusion Nigeria which is part of the global Fusion movement which is not for profit youth and community organization which have a deep and ongoing commitment to developing resilience in individuals lives.
They further said, Fusion Nigeria and Bulkwyld media network, a renowned entertainment outfit based in Lagos are partnering to make the concert happen.
“Bulkwyld media network have used the Eargasm for charity’ music concert to raise funds deserving organizations to impact the communities- last year itbhelp raise funds for the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Abuja and this years edition is geared towards raising funds to support the fusion’s football tournament festivals for peace building in Northern Nigeria.
” The concept Eargasm will present music lovers with a unique and exciting blend of classic tunes spanning more that half a century, create convergence of fans from diverse generations and treat them to a unique and unforgettable experience and to present fans with live rendition of classic tunes with fresh twists”.
Fusion is renowned for its blend of work to promote peace building and the creative enterprise in Kaduna.
The artist who were also present at the briefing assured of nothing but their best during the concert.