Samini Engages In Talent Hunt As He Projects Upper West Culture To The World
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High-Grade Family boss Samini, who has maintained his career in the music industry for a decade, is now giving back to society, In fact, his home region is going to win a lion’s share of his generosity.
He has started this by working with the Center for National Culture in the Upper West Region to harness the culture of the region and present it to the outside world.
Based on the ballroom’s sensational fame, the culture of the Upper West region is rich and can be harnessed for development.
Yesterday, Sunday March 7, 2021, he was seen visiting various communities in Nadowli, Kaleo district to encourage Bawaa dancers, record videos with them while taking the same opportunity to do a talent search.
The beautiful dance, the creativity in it, the energy and the combination of sounds make the dance one of the best in the Upper West region. What seemed very promising is the participation of young and old.
Speaking to the Assemblyman, Hon Mwinterebo Nestor, he showed his joy and gratitude to Samini and the National Culture Center for the novelty.
He indicated that the community has always taken its culture seriously and that is why young people are encouraged to learn it from their elders.
He was very optimistic that this unique opportunity will be the beginning of many others as dance will be promoted around the world.
The Assemblyman also encouraged young people to take pride in their culture because of its beauty and richness. He called on those who are far from home, to always try to come home to learn from the elders because the advent of Western culture is a threat to this beautiful culture and everyone should do everything possible to ensure that we all know our true identity as a people.
He promised that he will continue to work with people to enrich dance and take advantage of those opportunities, so that people know the meaning of their culture and how it can bring development to the community.