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Infinix “Beat Ya Campo” to premiere at Kenyatta University

ARTS & CULTURE
By Standard Reporter | September 26th 2019

An inter-campus singing competition dubbed “Infinix Beat Ya Campo” second edition will be held on September 27, 2019, at Kenyatta University, Nairobi.

The competition, which is sponsored by Infinix Mobility and is partnering music platforms like Boomplay and Vskit aim to fete and nurture top talents in the universities.

“Most Kenyans are born talented in art, especially singing & dancing, but they lack the suitable platforms to express their amazing talents & show to the world. Infinix, as a bold & stylish brand with the spirit "The Future is Now", has been creating this “Dream Stage” & offering opportunities to Kenyan university students, who represent the 'future', " said Qiang, the Brand Manager Infinix Kenya.

The singing concert will run from 3 pm to 10 pm, and will feature musical icons like Bensoul of Sol Generation and Nadia Mukami.

The winners will be gifted with new model Infinix smartphone, 10,000 bob in cash, 50% coupon from infinixmall, a hamper from Boomplay plus much more.

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