Legendary singer Eric Donaldson is in Nairobi for his upcoming reggae show set to go down this weekend at the Carnivore Gardens.
The Jamaican, who is visiting Kenya for the first time and Africa for the second, shared that his first time in Kenya is turning out even better than expected.
“This is my first time in Kenya and I feel so good. I am here for a reggae show on Saturday and I just want people to come and let us vibe and just have a good time,” said after landing at JKIA.
“I want to spend even a week or more. I hope people will jam to my songs because it is the way they will enjoy my songs. I am inviting you to come to the show. You guys already invited me to your country and so I know you will come.”
At the airport, the singer was received by Grandpa Records CEO and Kibra MP aspirant Refigah.
Donaldson is expected to appear in a few charity projects in Kibra alongside Refigah.
“On Tues 28th June he will be visiting Mama Paradise children’s home in Kibra to donate foodstuff to orphans at the home,” said Refigah.
“We cannot outdo reggae it’s part of us. He will be performing at Carnivore Gardens and the security measures are in place.”
Donaldson joins a long list of reggae artists who have visited the country in this election period.