Bez, Jeremiah Gyang, Others To Perform In Paris At The Literacy Africa International Charity Concert

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Nigerian singer-songwriter, composer and guitarist, Emmanuel Bez Idakula, popularly known as Bez, will headline the show at the Literacy Africa International Charity Concert, taking place at Le Comptoir General in Paris, France from the 26th November to 5th of December to raise awareness for the donation of books to the Literacy Africa International Project.

Other performers expected at the show include world-class flutist, Tee Mac Iseli, Jeremiah Gyang, General Pype, and Aduke. There will be a fashion show organized by the Paris-based magazine, IN-CORRECT to feature top designers from Europe.

Literacy Africa International Project was initiated by Melbourne-based Obinwanne Okeke, who founded Invictus Entertainment. The objective is to use music and art to create awareness to get people to donate books that would be shipped to villages in Africa.

Volunteers have also come onboard to go and teach children for two weeks. It has been endorsed by celebrities like Dudley O’Shaughnessy, Ama K Abebrese and supported by the Catherine Acholonu Center for Research and Sandbox, the global community of young innovators under 30, which Bez Idakula belongs to.

Literacy Africa International Charity Concert is put together by Blues & Hills Consultancy, IN-CORRECT magazine and supported by, NaijaPals Music, TayoTV Africa, Sizzlers Magazine. [KN]

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