Students of the University of Port Harcourt had a blast as the Campus Connect Tour hit their gates. The event which was brought to them by Amstel Malta gave delivered an entertaining evening of music and entertainment as 2Face Idibia and Friends; Vector, Sound Sultan, Phyno, Seyi Shay, EFA, Dammy Krane, Sahsa P, Timi Dakolo, Crystals, Harrisong, Capital FEMI, Solid Star and 2Kay rocked their stage.
Being the first time the school would act as the venue to such an ensemble of all-star artists in a single event, the students stormed the gymnasium, where it was held, and enjoyed the star studded event while drinking the premium low sugar malt drink- Amstel Malta. Commenting on the fun and activities going on Abasi-Ekeme Moses, a student of Basic Studies said “I am so happy that Amstel Malta actually brought Tuface and other top stars to our school. It’s wonderful seeing these music stars perform live. I am having a great time here today. Amstel Malta is my favourite malt drink because of the taste, the fact that it contains low sugar and because it encourages people to always bring their best in everything.”
Natha Chime, also a student of the institution praised Amstel Malta for organizing a show of that magnitude in the institution. He said, “Uniport is proud to host Amstel Malta and Tuface & Friends. This is the first of its kind in this school and we are so happy about it. As you can see, the large turnout of students is evidence of the huge excitement in the school today because of this event. I am challenged to see Tuface who started his career and today he is one of the best; I can also be the best I want to be.”
Adedoyin Owotomo, Brand Manager Amstel Malta said the rationale behind the brand’s collaboration with 2Face, is borne out of a partnership that desires to encourage consumers at all levels to be the best in whatever they find themselves doing. The Nigerian superstar Tuface idibia also expressed his excitement about the tour saying: “I am really excited about this partnership with Amstel Malta and looking forward to more of this. It’s been a long time since I interacted with the students; it is going to be an emotional return to these campuses. I have received and still enjoy massive support from these institutions. They are simply amazing.“