If you are a keen follower of award-winning artist Gazza, you will know that he had a quick chip in and out last week and the destination was Kigali Rwanda. It turns out the trip was of high importance as the singer went to Rwanda to seek a partnership between the two countries in culture, tourism, and music.
Gazza who had a few posts made from Rwanda with one including his latest music feature with Florito on Pull Up and the other post him encouraging his fans to work hard, as usual, attend the Transform Africa Summit 2019. According to an article by The New Times, Gazza registered his new company Rwanda-Namibia and also had a tour to different sites in the country for a gist of what Rwanda has to offer.
“We came with a company, Habesha Africa, that connects African countries in terms of trade and culture but we changed the name to Rwanda-Namibia, a bridge between Rwanda and Namibia to help share culture, music, and food but also explore opportunities in terms of business and tourism,” he explained.
“Apart from the invitation for the 2019 Transform Africa Summit,” he added, “what attracted me to this country is that Rwanda has been on everybody’s lips and even when I came here, I asked myself why we hear only good things about Rwanda even when the global economy is doing badly. As a team, we came to check out how the economy is transforming.”
According to the article, Gazza added that they are forming smart partnerships with some people in Rwanda and with his record label Gazza Music Production (GMP), where he works with several artists and deejays and host events in Namibia he is hopeful that the partnership will enable them to expand and grow.