WATCH: Guyana welcomes Burna Boy

WATCH: Guyana welcomes Burna Boy

Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, also known as Burna Boy officially touched down in Guyana today.  

The Nigerian singer, songwriter and record producer arrived in Guyana ahead of the Unforgettable Concert tonight at the National Stadium. 

Amanda Mangra, Senior Manager of Finance at the GTA presented Burna Boy with a welcome token on behalf of Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce, Oneidge Walrond.  

Burna Boy arrives in Guyana. (Photo credit: Sade Cameron/Guyana Tourism Authority )

Amanda Mangra, Senior Manager of Finance at the Guyana Tourism Authority with a welcome token for Burna Boy. (Photo credit: Sade Cameron/Guyana Tourism Authority )

Unforgettable Concert headlined by Burna Boy

A group from the Nigerian Association in Guyana were also present to welcome the African Giant who received a huge welcome to steelpan and other cultural aspects at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport.

The concert will also feature global superstars Busy Signal, Tanya Stephens, Walshy Fire and Nigy Boy. The show includes Guyana’s top artistes and DJs.  

The Guyana Police Force Traffic Department has advised the public of a traffic advisory which will be effective on May 1 to facilitate the Unforgettable Concert at the Guyana National Stadium. 

Here is the traffic advisory:  

1. VIP, Orange Zone and VVIP Corporate Boxes will use Greenfield Road to access the third gate of the Guyana National Stadium. Parking will be in the Guyana National Stadium. 

2. Residents of the nearby housing schemes are advised that Greenfield Road is east bound traffic only. 

3. Red Road will facilitate east and west bound traffic  

4. ⁠No parking is allowed along the eastern and western carriageways of the Providence Public Road from Red Road to Greenfield Road. No parking on the road shoulder of Greenfield Road from Providence Public Road to the Third Access Gate of the Guyana National Stadium. 

5. ⁠Persons who are bound for the destinations beyond the Guyana National Stadium are urged to use the Heroes’ Highway for ease of travel. 

  • PublishedMay 1, 2024

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