Singers KiDi and Kuami Eugene have visited the Greenwich Townhall to meet with the leader of the council.
As part of activities ahead of the upcoming historic concert at the O2 indigo, they paid a courtesy call on Danny Thorpe and the Cabinet Member for Culture and Equality, Adel Khaireh.
Though this is not their first time in the UK, the Lynx Entertainment signees, reps from their management and partners of the concert went there to inform them about their concert and how excited they are about it.
They also used the opportunity to visit the Ark Greenwich Free School to speak with music students about their journey so far in the music industry.
They advised the students about the need to take their education seriously while they also develop their musical talents.
The Ark Greenwich Free School is a co-educational secondary school located in the Woolwich area of the Royal Borough of Greenwich in London, England.
They were accompanied by one of the partners, Smade of SmadeEvents.
KiDi and Kuami Eugene are currently in London for their upcoming historic concert at the O2 indigo arena on the 6th of March, Independence day , which obviously makes it one that will go into history.
Below are more pictures of their visit.
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