UK born Cameroonian kids have shown they too have musical, dancing and creative talents in a special kiddies night organized on their behalf. Some twenty children ranging in ages from five to over twenty sang, danced and demonstrative their poetry abilities during three hours of fun during the third edition of entertainment show “Cameroon Got Talent” that took place at The Drum theatre hall in Birmingham last Saturday February 15th 2014.
The highlight of the occasion was an impassioned speech by Mrs Victorine Ngamsha, motivational speaker and one of the presenters of the event. She called on parents to treat their offspring’s with care and give them the best in life so they could grow up to be productive members of any society. “I grew up from a difficult childhood and today is proof that you can achieve anything you want in life if you work hard” she said to applause from the hall.
An award winning IT graduate from Wolverhampton University in the UK, Mrs Ngamsha now runs a motivational speaking company called VVL Extended Hands created in memory of her mother. She also runs the Mama Verla charitable project that helps the underprivileged across Cameroon
The event was chaired by Cameroon Forum patron Chris Nasah. The judging panel included petroleum engineer Emmanual Bayong, musician Pit’a Mbongo (who sang on the night) businesswomen Miss Ruth Najeme and Sabrina Elliott.
The event was organized by the Cameroon Literary Group headed by Mrs Catherine Ndeley aka Mama Cathy.
Herewith some pictures from the talent show