AKA, Sho Madjozi, are the guests of Idris Elba’ on ‘Africa Day Benefit Concert’.

AKA, Sho Madjozi, are the guests of Idris Elba’ on ‘Africa Day Benefit Concert’.

AKA, Sho Madjozi, are the guests of Idris Elba' on ‘Africa Day Benefit Concert’.

To celebrate Africa Day on Monday, May 25, ViacomCBS Networks Africa and YouTube in partnership with Idris Elba are hosting an “Africa Day benefit At Home”.

This programming event is going to be aimed toward raising funds to assist children and families in Africa that are suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic.

All proceeds raised from the benefit campaign are going to be donated to support food and health needs for those most impacted on the continent.

AKA and Diamond Platnumz

The “Africa Day benefit At Home” is going to be a 2-hour special streamed and broadcast to many viewers in Africa and round the world on MTV channels and on the MTV Base Africa YouTube channel.

Hosted by Idris Elba, the show will compile a star-studded line from a number of the most well-liked names Africa has got to offer.

Viewers can anticipate seeing superstars Burna Boy, Sho Madjozi, Tiwa Savage, AKA, Diamond Platnumz, Nasty C, Sauti Sol, Yemi Alade, Fally Ipupa, StoneBwoy, Teni, Angelique Kidjo, and lots of more. within the weeks to return, more artists are set to hitch to form this a monumental experience. The benefit also will be made available after Africa Day to encourage individuals and organizations to continue pledging.

Burna Boy, Madjozi, Yemi

Idris Elba says, “Taking a flash to shine a light-weight on African arts to profit the African homeland and its people. A continent of this size should find how to dig deep and get up for each other at a time like this. It’s important for the longer term and history won’t forget.”

The Covid-19 pandemic has affected the lives of the many and disrupted economic activity which has increased the threat to food and health security on the continent. All donated proceeds are going to be funneled towards tackling this humanitarian crisis.

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