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The much-awaited event finally went down over Valentine’s weekend and was a massive success thanks to the monumental effort from the organizers. The inaugural edition of Africa’s biggest Green Festival kicked off on February 14th at the Hell’s Gate in Naivasha and attracted thousands of revellers.

Hosted by Radio hosts Neville and Miano Muchiri and hyped by Guda Man, day one saw the sassy singer Nadia Mukami perform her fans favourite songs, Maombi, African lover and Radio love among others.

Nadia Mukami Performing at Koroga Festival
Image: Versatile School of Photography

Rapper Khaligraph Jones also got on stage and got fans chanting as he thrilled them with a performance of some of his songs such as leave me alone, Rewind and Omollo among others. The fast-rising Gengetone trio of Ochungulo family then took the stage much to the delight of their fans and performed a couple of their hit songs such as parte after parte and Aluta.On the decks, Dj Jo Kisila, Dj Slick and Dj Protégé made sure the party was jumping.

Ochungulo Family During the recent at Koroga Festival
Image: Versatile School of Photography

However, the treat was not over just yet as day two had the legendary one-man guitar sensation Mike Rua perform live. He got fans dancing and enjoying the performance with his witty humour.

Kaligraph Jones at Koroga Festival
Image: Versatile School of Technology

The sensational H_art the band followed on stage and put on an electrifying performance being backed up by the sultry Kemunto. They rocked the stage and thrilled their fans with their virtuoso performance of songs such as Uliza kiatu, love phobic, nikikutazama and masheesha among others.

The D-day was crowned in style by the performance from the legendary Diamond Platinumz. Donned in a blue suit and a myriad of flashy accessories, the Tanzanian bongo flava music star made an entrance with his popular hit, Baba Lao. He went on to perform inama, Kwangwaru, Number one, I want to marry you and Halleluya among others. Backed up by his dancers on stage, Diamond delivered one hell of a show, and even sent out a shoutout to his Kenyan girlfriend, Tanasha Donna while on stage.

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Images courtesy of Turn up Travel, Versatile School of Photography and Koroga Festival #29thKorogaFestival#NaivashaLoveFestival.

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