Magasco cries for Bamenda at ‘Golden Show’ concert

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In deed, it was a night to remember for singer, Magasco as he wept on stage for his hometown, Bamenda following the devastating effects of the Anglophone Crisis in that region in the past two years.

The Cameroonian urban music star couldn’t help but shed tears during one of his performances at his concert – The Golden Show –  at the Palais Des Sports in Yaounde, December 22.

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Magasco gave a moving performance of his hit song, ‘Zamba’ as a stunning tribute to those who have lost loved ones and properties as a result of the ongoing crisis in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon. He also dedicated that song to all internally displaced persons from same regions following the crisis.

The ‘Bamenda Boy’ as he’s fondly called went down on one knee while crying as his duet partner, Jacque Greg belt out his powerful vocals on the song.

Magasco has stood by his people all through the crisis and has never stopped demanding for dialogue between the government and the ‘Ambazonia’ leaders so as to put an end to the killings of innocent lives in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.

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Magasco cries for Bamenda at Golden Show concert, Yaounde

Early in December, the ‘Wule Bang Bang’ hit maker announced he will be donating 30% of all proceeds from his Golden Show to internally displaced persons in Cameroon — as his own little Christmas gift to them.

Back in May, Magasco launched the #createAsolution Campaign to advocate for peace in the affected regions. Then in July, the singer reiterated on his campaign saying “dialogue can be of great help”.

#createAsolution . #Fighting, #violence etc .. are not Solutions. They not helping. DIALOGUE CAN BE OF GREAT HELP. Let’s end this nightmare… OUR LEADERS #createAsolution for this Nation,” he wrote on his Facebook wall, July 3.

The Yaounde-based singer also paid a touching tribute to those who had lost their lives in the crisis during his Dallas-USA concert in September 2017, by asking his audience to give a minute of silence to the dead.

It’s very clear that Magasco aka Na Bamenda Boy truly and dearly loves his Bamenda.

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  1. Corine

    December 23, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    Great writeup..🙌🏼 Congratulations Magasco

  2. MC Dibenja

    December 23, 2018 at 10:10 pm

    Great analysis

  3. MC Dibenja

    December 23, 2018 at 10:10 pm

    Great analysis

  4. Kiki

    December 26, 2018 at 7:45 pm

    I love Magasco

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