Jamaican songstress Cecile is in the country for the second time. The reggae and dancehall nightingale has enjoyed a cordial relationship with her Kenyan fanbase over the years, and her arrival has sparked excitement.

The ‘Hot Like We’ hitmaker is making her return to Nairobi after 6 years when she rocked the crowd alongside Chris Martin and D Major at the Jamdown concert.

This time around, the Bad Gyal is the headline act at the Dohty family 13th-year-anniversary celebration scheduled for Friday 8th December at the Carnivore Simba Saloon.

Charges for the event are Ksh1000 regular and Ksh2000 VIP advance while at the gate you will part with  Ksh1500 or Ksh3000 for either category.

Speaking about the event, CEO of Dohty family, Kriss Darlin said, “We want to give our fans some performance to remember. We have been playing dancing around Kenya for 13 years and we definitely know what our fans need. Cecile is on her international tour and it is only right she stops by Nairobi for this auspicious event”.

Ce’Cile arrived in the country on Monday night and by Tuesday afternoon she was already trending on Twitter after a couple of radio interviews.

Taking to social media to reciprocate the love from Kenyans, Cecile showcased her Swahili, writing: “Kenya, my home away from home… nawapenda sana! ❤️🇯🇲🇰🇪 #cecileinkenya”

Kenya, my home away from home… nawapenda sana! ❤️🇯🇲🇰🇪 #cecileinkenya

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In another post, Ce’cile shared a picture of herself taken atop the Kenya International Convention Centre (KICC) and wrote: “Mambo Kenya 🇰🇪❤️ ”

Forgive me… I was close to the sun ☀️. Mambo Kenya 🇰🇪❤️ #Issa helipad ting

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Upon her arrival, Cecile took some time to take pictures with her fans at the airport, including Kenya’s rugby living legend; Collins Injera.

The pics