The CEO of Kabaka Multimedia Entertainement (KME); Abu Bakarr Turay popularly known as Kabaka is set to host P-Square which comprises of the twin brothers, Peter Okoye with the stage name Mr. P and Paul Okoye with the stage name Rudeboy on the same stage.

The twin brothers are set to perform at the annual ECOFEST music festival in Freetown on 26th and 27th November, 2021 at the National Stadium in Freetown, Sierra Leone. This is the third time of the biggest music duo to perform in Sierra Leone which has been embraced by Sierra Leoneans especially.

ECOFEST is an African Music Festival that is hosted annually in different countries in Africa founded by Kabaka of KME in Sierra Leone and Bola Ray of Empire in Ghana. It was first hosted in Sierra Leone which gave it attention. In 2019, the festival was hosted in Gambia at the Independence Stadium with performances from Stonebwoy from Ghana, Takana Zion from Guinea, Timaya from Nigeria, Jizzle from Gambia and couple of Sierra Leonean acts.

In 2019, the return of ECOFEST with the theme “The Evolution” was hosted in Sierra Leone at the Freetown National Stadium which brought the biggest crowd in history of Sierra Leone entertainement. As usual, it brought together couple of musicians from different Africa countries; Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania, Kwame Eugene from Ghana, Slimcase from Nigeria, Jose from Uganda, Abiba from Senegal and many other acts. It was hosted by Nigerian Basketmouth and Sierra Leonean Phebean Swill.

This year’s ECOFEST will have performances from Rema, Guchi, Mr. P, Rudeboy from Nigeria, Master KG from South Africa, Awilo Longomba from Congo and other acts from Tanzania, Kenya, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Uganda, Senegal and Sierra Leonean acts. The festival will be hosted for 2 days on 26th and 27th November, 2021 at the National Stadium. The show will be hosted by Kenny Blaq and Broda Shaggi from Nigeria and Richie Obama and Phebean Swill from Sierra Leone.

As a showbiz and entertainment guru, Kabaka is ready to host Mr. P and Rudeboy in Freetown for a 2-day event at the National Stadium. This is the first time for the group to perform on the same stage after the splitting of the group.