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Singer Davido arrives Qatar with customized blanket of Ifeanyi’s face printed on it (Video)


Nigerian singer, Davido has arrived Qatar ahead of his closing ceremony performance at the ongoing World Cup.

The singer was spotted with a customized blanket which had the face of his late son, Ifeanyi on it.

Ubi Franklin, his lawyer, Bobo Ajudua popularly known as Prince and more were spotted with him.

Kemi Filani news reported that the internet went wild with joy as Davido was set to perform at the ongoing 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Chinese businessman, Stephen Hung shared the good news via his official Instagram story.

He claimed that the singer had confirmed that he will be closing the ceremony at the World Cup.

Expressing excitement, Stephen Hung stated that he can’t wait to see him.

“So happy my bro @davido confirmed he will be performing at the World Cup Qatar closing ceremony. Can’t wait to see him there”.

Davido FIFA world cup song

Recall that Davido made history and made Nigerians proud as he, alongside Trinidad Cardona and AISHA, sang the 2022 World Cup soundtrack titled ‘Hayya Hayya’ (Better Together).

Taking to the microblogging platform Twitter, Davido said he was honoured with the feat, adding it is a win for Africa.

Many fans and music lovers storm social media platforms jubilating and praising Davido for making Nigerians proud.

Davido postpones Away festival

This is good news to fans of Davido who were left saddened at his postponement of Away festival, following his son’s death.

His management released a statement postponing his Away festival.

On the festival’s Instagram page, the management stated that Davido had postpone the Away festival to 2023.

According to the statement, Davido desired to spend time with his family and loved ones during this difficult times.

The singer had lost his beloved son, Ifeanyi on October 31st.

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