Rich Culture of Bameka Showcased in Ka’a Ndeh Mu’nka Festival

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Bameka community in the Hauts-Plateaux department of the Western region celebrated the 5th edition of the “Ka’a Ndeh Mu’nka” festival of arts and culture. The week-long festival ended with a closing ceremony on April 15, led by HM Jean Raymond Takoukam, King of Bameka. The monarch donned finery and royal attributes to signify the solemnity of the occasion. The Secretary General of the Services of the Governor of the Western Region, Adray Epente Tazau, represented the governor at the ceremony.

HM Jean Raymond Takoukam’s Call for Unity

At the closing ceremony of the festival, HM Jean Raymond Takoukam urged the sons and daughters of Bameka to remain united, peaceful, and to trust the administrative authorities. HM Jean Raymond Takoukam’s call for unity was well-received by the community, who see him as a unifying force.

Successful 5th Edition of “Ka’a Ndeh Mu’nka”

The 5th edition of the “Ka’a Ndeh Mu’nka” festival of arts and culture was a huge success. The festival was marked by a range of activities, including a parade led by HM Jean Raymond Takoukam. The festival provided a platform for Bameka to showcase their unique culture to the world.

Tambo expressed her satisfaction with the level of organization and participation, thanking everyone who contributed to the success of the festival. The presence of the Secretary General of the Services of the Governor of the Western Region, Adray Epente Tazau confirms the importance of the festival to the region.

In conclusion, the 5th edition of the “Ka’a Ndeh Mu’nka” festival of arts and culture was a resounding success, thanks to the hard work of the organizing committee and the participation of the Bameka community. The festival provided a unique opportunity for the community to showcase their culture and traditions to the world. The festival promises to continue to be an important event in the cultural calendar of the Western region.