Sufficiently prepared to face this 18th edition of the African Festival of Praise and Adoration, the Cameroon team, unlike last year, has put on a big show. With Silas achu on bass guitar, Emmanuel Doumbe on lead guitar, Godgive Nameyong and Suzanne Metangwe on drums and piano respectively; these Cameroonian students and musicians have, according to the jury; composed of cantor, artists and pastors, repeatedly snatched applause from the public. The notes and the genius of these actors made them the 2012 champions. A success also to the credit of the singers and the choir who
knew how to respond in front of nations like Uganda, Ivory Coast; the Senegal ; Gabon and especially Nigeria, champion of last year. During this festival organized by Ansan Jeil Church and represented by Pastor Joshua Suyonk Hee, there are nations that distinguished themselves in other categories. In the category of best choreography, Ghana received the winner's trophy. Best instrumentalists; Cameroon once again distinguished itself by occupying first place ahead of Liberia. The competition brought together ten African nations and were divided into two pools. THE FIRST TWO OF each group competed directly in the final. Cameroon and Nigeria respectively arrived from their pool with 22 POINTS each and found themselves in the final in front of a little over 1oooo spectators in this performance hall of the Ansan Jeil Church, the Korean Presbyterian Church. This church, recognized for its love for African communities, has once again kept its promise by organizing this festival with the aim of bringing together all its nationals living in South Korea and advocating love and peace as prescribed by the lord jesus christ. It??sa successful bet in terms of the quality of the show and above all the brotherhood that reigned during these six hours of non-stop show.
Dieudonne Ngassam in Seoul, 237online.com