Plaque awarded to CKay for closing Tunisia’s 30,000-seat arena

Following his concert in Tunisia, Nigerian singer Chukwuka Ekweani, also known by his stage as CKay, received a plaque in appreciation.

He performed on stage in Tunis’s Carthage Amphitheater, which can accommodate 30,000 people, and completely filled the venue.
The management decided to show their appreciation for CKay by giving him a plaque, and a picture of him posing with it that appeared online.

The Chocolate City performer also uploaded a video of his mesmerizing performance at the Carthage Amphitheater on his Instagram page.

He thanked the crowd for coming and emphasized the historical significance of performing at the arena, which has been around for 2000 years.

Sharing the clip, Ckay wrote; ”Over two thousand years of history in this arena! Thank you Carthage, Tunisia! 🇹🇳💜✨| 🎥 @z3rovisuals”


Author: Wisdom Bernard

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