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Eric Wainaina, Maji Maji among legendary artists that graced ShuGenz concert

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The Shujaaz Memorial Concert (Shugenz), organized by Kenya’s Gen Z, was a powerful display of unity and a tribute to those who died fighting for a better future. This event unfolded against the backdrop of recent protests that ignited a global conversation and even inspired similar actions in Nigeria.

Honoring the Fallen

The concert served as a heartfelt memorial to those who lost their lives during the peaceful demonstrations. Despite their non-violent nature, the protests were met with excessive force, leading to casualties. Attendees offered their support by donating towards medical bills and funeral expenses of the affected families.

Standing Together

Every performer and celebrity at the Shujaaz Memorial Concert donated their time and talent. Among them was Bien, a prominent voice advocating for an informed citizenry. He encourages voters to elect leaders who prioritize the needs of the people.

Eric Wainaina delivered a moving performance of his iconic song “Nchi ya Kitu Kidogo,” a powerful critique against entrenched corruption. The presence of Busia Senator Okiya Omtatah added weight to the event. Senator Omtatah has been a champion for public participation in lawmaking, securing a court ruling that mandates public input on changes to the Finance Bill.

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A Call to Action

Legendary artist Maji Maji, known for his early 2000s hit “Unbwogable,” also took the stage. This song, which gained national fame after Ugandan President Museveni used the term, became a rallying cry during the concert.

United Against Injustice

Several artists who spearheaded the protests performed at the concert. Their music resonated with the audience’s desire for change, echoing themes of resistance against corruption and unfit leadership.

The Shujaaz Memorial Concert transcended a mere event; it became a movement. Artists, activists, and ordinary citizens united in a powerful stand for justice and good governance.

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