The opening ceremony of the 62nd Cameroon Cup finals,was marked by a colourful and thrilling spectacle portrayed through some scintillating choreography,alongside some popular rhythms of the country.
The ceremony saw the exhibition of spectacular traditional rhythms, reflecting the four cultural zones of Cameroon.
The denouement of the football celebration, was marked by the artistic performance of one of Cameroon’s most trending jam “Le Car Qui Part”, by Gifto le Russe.
An entire football die-heart fans, full of dexterity and ecstasy joined the artist, in chanting ” moto di go”.
The celebration gained a high momentum, when the players of both PWD and Fovu touched down on the pitch for a brief, warm-up session some few minutes to the official debut of the long awaited finale.
These display was under the watchful eyes of some traditional rulers and elites of the North West Region, present at the Omnisport Stadium.
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