Speaking at the festival’s opening on August 12, CEO Mr. Hugh Evans said that as the festival’s goal is to end poverty, Ghana’s position as the world’s best example of African greatness, democracy, peace, and hope makes it the ideal location to hold it.
“As we highlight crucial challenges limiting the advancement of women and girls by pushing for gender equality, the eradication of poverty, and climate action, I am delighted to see @sarkodie perform this Saturday @GlblCtznAfrica in Accra,” Tracy wrote in a tweet with the title.
In a previous post, Sarkodie stated that he would be performing on Saturday on the @GlblCtznAfrica platform, lending his support to the event. This is the ideal opportunity for me to raise some important issues that are preventing progress, particularly in this region of the world. Thanks to @braveconnectgh for doing everything possible to help with these obstacles.
Favorite musicians including Stonebwoy, Gyakie, Tems, and a few more are scheduled to perform at the Global Citizen Festival’s concert’s conclusion.