Thursday, 26 May 2016

AFRIMA gives back to the people of Banjul, Gambia (photos)

As part of its continuous strategic engagement with stakeholders and different regions in Africa, The All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, in partnership with the African Union Commission, AUC, held a stakeholders’ conference on Tuesday in Banjul, The Gambia.

AFRIMA was founded in 2014 by Mike Dada and has been applauded for it's readiness to continue promoting African music. The first two editions of the the awards show were held in Lagos, Nigeria while the third edition is ongoing in The Gambia.

AFRIMA alongside the African Union Commission, Head of Culture Divisions, Ms Angela Martins, visited the Bakoteh Proper Primary School in the Gambia with gifts. Cameroonian rapper, Stanley Enow, Ahmed Soutane, a singer from Morocco and Laolu Akins, a veteran-music producer from Nigeria were part of the team that visited the Bakoteh Proper Primary school.

See photos below as shared by Stanley Enow...

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