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Who said the Bafaw are lazy? It’s no longer news that this great Cameroonian musical piece emerges from another Bafaw son Akwo Esambe of Kindi (Ikiliwindi of kumba). This wonderful Bafaw lyric has received appraisal from the Cameroon Radio Television (C.R.T.V) on its week of launch and has been appreciated by the Cameroonian community at home, and abroad as people jingle phones from moment to moment to grab copies.

(l-r) Mr. Ngoh, Mr Akwo Esambe,Mayor Ekale.

Akwo Esambe is not a new comer in music but has been in it for about thirty years with friends like the Late Etube Niang. Strangely, but certain, Akwo, a worker in SONARA, used this precious time to add one Bafaw tune alongside  others like  William Ntuba, Mary Mandi and Elonge .

Mayor in a chat with Mr Esambe and Mr. Ngoh.

Akwo Esambe is also an expert in Li’fo songs. Reason why he was selected to sing in the “M’bum Bafaw” in Yaounde.  This particular release has been shaped in a Rumba-style to resemble Madilu System. Though it is a nice piece of Evangelical music that can raise the soul of any seeker of God to higher heights during praises; after all, music is the food for the soul. This is no rhetoric but a reality.

The trio in the Communications Office of the K1C

Mr Henry Njalla Kwan of C.D.C. knew the need of such music at this time reason why he joins Akwo to produce this master piece of Bafaw speciality. The official launch was on the14th of August in Limbe.There is usually a controversy between the Bafaw and Duala dialects, and it may interest you to know that this music is 100% Li’fo (Bafaw language). The release has 8 solid chapters with a mixture of Li’fo and English to meet up the needs of every one. I bet you that once you have a copy, hold it jealously so that it shouldn’t be snatched.

By Ngoh Mende and Ledi Akwo.

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