Ric Hassani, Uti Nwachukwu, thrill revellers at Abuja Summer Festival

Written by on August 13, 2018

Afropop alternative singer Ric Hassani and acclaimed television personality Uti Nwachukwu entertained funseekers at the Abuja Summer Festival on Saturday night.

The duo caused a stir when they walked in as fans, especially among ladies, as they scrambled to take pictures and chat with them minutes before Ric Hassani’s electrifying performance.

Following their interaction with guests which included youths and children, Ric Hassani mounted the stage to give a powerful rendition of medleys of his hit songs.

The ‘gentleman’ crooner got the ladies excited as they chanted ‘I deserve a gentleman’ at the top of their voices with so much energy.

Shortly after, he performed the groovy ‘Believe’ which opened the dance floor where guests struggled to outdo each other in a swift dance competition.

Singer, Ric Hassani performing at the Abuja Summer Festival

Earlier, guests were treated to an array of performances by some upcoming Abuja artists who kept the festival vibes at full tempo while a trade fair was ongoing.

This was followed by a fashion show where designers from across the country put their best works on display with models strutting the runway in beautiful Ankara styles.

However, it was the kids runway show that left most of the guests with teary eyes as the adorable children modeled the clothes effortlessly with cheerful smiles.

Abuja Summer Festival is the largest summer event in the FCT, and featured fashion shows, trade fairs, talent hunt, musical displays, cultural activities and football tournament.

Guests at the Abuja Summer Festival

Speaking earlier, the festival director, Chioma Onoshakpor told NAN that the event was designed to promote tourism in the FCT, especially for foreigners, who traveled to the country.

According to hr, the foreigners need to experience our culture.

“Abuja Summer Festival is about family bonding, culture and tourism. This is why we have incorporated all aspects of culture, including fashion and football.

“Particularly, I am thrilled by the amazing talents that have performed here today and it just shows how much cultural and tourism value we have as a people. I just want the world to see that,” Onoshakpor said.

There were exhibitions by KIA Motors, which displayed one of its brand car, Grand Pela Hotel, Abuja and Heineken Lager Beer, among others

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