Singer to perform for orphans, July 25

Singer will alongside other A-listers deliver an explosive music performance and show support for orphanages present on the day at the Campos Mini Stadium, Igbosere, Lagos Island.

Seyi Shay will perform at a charity event for orphans.

Seyi Shay has been announced as one of the headliners for Konamii 2015, taking place on Saturday July 25, 2015.

Konamii 2015 is an annual Charity event which aims to generate funds to support orphanages in Nigeria.

Organizers of Konamii 2015, Change Africa Project are expecting their largest audience this year. M.I, Naeto C, Dammy Krane and Seyi Shay will be cheering an anticipated audience of about 5 thousand people and most importantly supporting a very important societal cause alongside encouraging our youth to be more charitable to society.

The event which is running for its third year involves activities like musical performances from top Nigerian artists and football matches between students in prestigious Nigerian universities and Nigerian students in the Diaspora.

Guests are expected to make donations as their entry for the event and the proceeds are given to orphanages participating at the event.

The event will commence from 12 noon and entry fees is a minimum donation of One Thousand Naira only.

Seyi Shay is currently nominated as the Best R&B Artist and the Female Artist of the Year for this year’s Nigerian Entertainment Awards.


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