If We don’t buy African, who will? – Femi Koya

Femi Koya was recently interviewed on Morning Live at SABC 2 before his performance at the MTN Bushfire in Swaziland.

He spoke about many things about his music and message of unity and love as Africans at this year’s Bushfire festival.

The annual gathering which takes place in Swaziland, invites the finest musician in and across the continent to perform for the weekend. Femi Koya performed his all time favourites and shared the stage with the likes of TKZEE, Hugh Maskela, Goodluck, kwesta and much more.

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