Wara Festus – Mbom Alah

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mankon bottle dance.



Sharon Jackle says:

What a nice place. I want to go there!

smartcalo says:

This is impressive. This guy is my personal childhood friend. He actually taught me how to play the guitar, which he can like no one else. Neba, GO BEFORE

panhumbly says:

Once more proud to be from Mankon. Thanks for posting. Makes me wanna go home. Truely awesome. Two thumbs up for you my brother and keep it up.

alfredo7123 says:

simply proud of u Festus…more ‘mbuh’ in your cup

molaken says:

Oh this is my childhood friend, nice to see his childhood dream has come true. “Nibomsy”

kwokusje says:

really wara festus,i must say thanks for the potrayment of the nw culture.you’re a true costodian of nw culture

misBlessingB says:

you know him? i wanna meet him he is so good

suhfor says:

l really loved this,forward ever back ward never.

Poivre Chili says:

j aime la partie oú la jeune fille dance á 4:14

music2498 says:

Na so.

Ade Nche says:

Really in love with this special piece that projects the importance of African cultures, great job bros, we are here to support you…

SuperAfrica2011 says:

waou!! I love it!!

Tami Bancho says:

A hugely successful cultural blend of ewondo beat and traditional Bamenda bottle dance. Good for a country still struggling to forge a sense of national unity and democracy among hundreds of tribes, traditions and dialects.

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