We Are Sorry: Radio Africa Apologies For The Mishaps At The Boyz II Men concert

The Radio Africa Group has apologised for technical glitches experienced during the much-hyped Boyz II Men concert that took place at the iconic Uhuru Gardens on Saturday, June 10, 2023.

Through a statement, Radio Africa events acknowledged that there were sound issues at the General Arena, something that was pointed out by revellers during and after the show.

The company, however, promised to sort out the mess in future concerts, assuring concertgoers that they will get value for money.

Boyz II Men perform on stage during the Yetu Festival.
Boyz II Men perform on stage during the Yetu Festival.

“We sincerely apologise for falling short of your expectations with regards, particularly to the sound quality and layout in the General arena.

“We acknowledge it was a concert of two parts. We understand the disappointment and frustration you may have felt and we want to assure you that we take your feedback seriously,” read the statement in part.

Further, they stated that they engaged sound engineers and other experts to analyse the situation, assuring that future events will have exceptional audio quality.

Boyz II Men was the headline act during the Yetu Festival that was also graced by Kenyan boy band Sauti Sol.

Dressed in sleek black attire, Sauti Sol took the stage and immediately captured the audience’s attention with their performance of “Extravaganza,” provoking an ecstatic response from the crowd.

There was an inexplicable connection between Sauti Sol and the audience, as their music resonated deeply within everyone’s soul. They continued their captivating set with “Isabella” and “Melanin,” then elevated the excitement with the electrifying “Nishike.”

The crowd’s fevour reached crazy heights during their performance of “Suzanna” that they were called back for an encore. This undeniable love and adoration showcased the band’s enduring popularity

Boyz II Men then took to the stage and began with Motownphilly, a song they recorded as teenagers. They followed it up with the much-loved “On Bended Knee.”

The trio mesmerized the crowd with a soulful rendition of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come,” hands raised high, led by Wanya.

Nathan skillfully played the bass guitar, and Shawn took the lead as they performed their rendition of Bruno Mars’ “Locked Out of Heaven.”

They finished their performance with ‘End of the Road’ bringing an end to the event that some said was not worth the hype.

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