Kenyan dance crew are Malta Guinness champs

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The Malta Guinness Street Dance Pan African Championships came to an epic grand finale last Friday, 5th August 2011, at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre with WAPI-WAPI dance crew from Kenya being crowned the 2011 Malta Guinness Street Dance Pan African Champions!

Guinness Ghana Breweries limited is excited to announce the winning crew after rewarding loyal Street Dance fans with an unforgettable event showcasing exceptional talent in Street Dance and also special acts from Ghana’s top hip life artiste: 4 X 4, DCryme, and Trigmatic.

Exhibiting the very best in style and swagger to a panel of esteemed judges including, Dwayne Nosworthy of the United Dance Organization in the UK, Prudanse Maidou of Central African Republic and Mike Ross from East Africa, WAPI-WAPI snatched the trophy and celebrated in true Malta Guinness style by putting on a show stopping winning performance!

The winning dance crew did not only earn themselves the prestigious title of MGSD Pan African Champion, but also a life changing prize of USD 36,000 (Kenya Shillings 3.3 million) which was presented to them by Mr Ekwunife Okoli, Managing Director, Africa Regional Markets. He applauded all competing countries and commented “Ghana is thrilled to have had the opportunity to host another successful Malta Guinness Street Dance Pan African Championships for the second year running. The event surpassed all expectations and the audience definitely enjoyed every moment of the Grand Finale. We say well done to our winners from Kenya.”

WAPI-WAPI came head-to-head with Africa’s best street dance crews from Ghana, Nigeria and Tanzania.

The exciting Pan African championship will all be captured into another thrilling and engaging six part series which will be broadcast across the continent.

The Malta Guinness Street Dance Pan African Championship is brought to you by Malta Guinness, the premium non-alcoholic beverage from Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited.

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  • Supuchick

    This is EXCELLENT Leadership Madame 1st Lady… To lead by example, and from the front! Is there an ‘official’ page where we can get more info about registration, routes and timings of the marathon? I plan to be there, to lend my support as a woman, for you and all those women and children who’s deaths are unnecessary and a big loss to our growing and wonderful Nation. Kazi iendele…

  • AGI

    you can make a difference by urging your husband to give back some of his stolen land, lower the brookside milk prices and release some of your billion dollar wealth to the poor.

    • Ann.

      its shame how heartless this comment is, you must be one sick and evil being… do something in your community and from there you will understand theres power in giving back.. atleast shes doing something. Lets try and focus on a positive move that our first lady has started, its health for our children and mothers for Gods sake.

    • samuel gatheru

      jinga hii if buying land and property is stealing then we are all thives this is criminal talk and should be prosectuted

    • samuel gatheru

      jinga hii if buying land and property is stealing then we are all thieves your post is dangerously crimnal and should be investigated your source of information is as sick as you

  • Guest

    Thats great our first lady, would love to be part of of your organisation, I am a Kenyan living in UK and four months ago i almost lost my life as i was giving birth. Thankfully they have all facilities available and was able to be tranfused quickly as i had lost alot of blood. Its the joy of a family to have their new born safe, i would love to be a part where women and families safely have their loved ones deliver that bundle of joy without [email protected]

  • Samwel Nyamweya

    What a wonderful first lady we have!I wish the oppsitoin LORD’S wife ”Ruth Odinga’will show solidarity with that humane example by our first lady ‘MARGARETE KENYATTA’;hongera mama wa taifa.

  • filis fog

    would like to sponsor her London Marathon @ 100/= a kilometer meaning khs
    4,200 for the whole 42 kilometers! where are pple registering to sponsor her?

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