Friday, 11 December 2015

Africa's First Human And Solar Powered Football Pitch In Lagos


International music star Akon joined Shell to shine a light on the power of innovative options for access to smarter energy by unveiling Africa's first human and solar powered football pitch at the Federal College of Education, Akoka, Lagos. The new pitch is the latest initiative from Shell's #makethefuture programme, which puts bright energy ideas into action to bring benefits to local communities around the world.

Music superstar and solar entrepreneur Akon joined Shell to officially open the pitch and continue his commitment to teaching young Africans the importance of harnessing the power of Africa's renewable energy.

The singer is spearheading, through Akon Lighting Africa, a large scale effort to develop solar-powered solutions that will provide African communities with access to clean and affordable sources of electricity.

As part of the celebration at the Federal College of Education, Akon and DJ artist Philip "Hardwork" Constable debuted their new song "Tell Me We're OK" in an exclusive performance on the pitch before its release in 2016. The innovative football pitch will feature in the upcoming music video.
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