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By Precious Meshi Nkeih

CameroonPostline.com — Key players in the Anglophone entertainment sector, recently answered present in Limbe, to showcase their talents and network in a grandiose event tagged “The Fix It Show”. There was a lot excitement on the red carpet as the paparazzi caught up with the celebrities from diverse industries – movie, music, comedy, fashion and so on. 

Big names in the Anglophone movie industry like Gilbert Agbor Ebot and Lawrence Neba marked their presence. Quinta Eyong Ashu, A-list actress in Collywood, thrilled the audience with her amazing dance steps on the red carpet. She was accompanied by colleague, Margaret Eyong. Solange Yijika, an actress who has starred in about 20 movies and won nominations for several awards, including AMAA and NAFCA awards, was also an attendee. Several upcoming actors and actresses were equally present.

Dr. Sli, Stevesli and Bright Phase, were some of the many singers that added pomp to the show with Dr. Sli taking the audience to Jamaica with his reggae steps. Meanwhile, Stevesli presented his new track, ‘Banjo’ for many heads to nod to.

Reneta Ndisang, a fashion designer, was present with models who walked the ramp, impressing the audience with their diverse outfits, most of which had an African undertone. Other fashion designers and designers of jewellery and accessories had the platform to display the fruits of their creativity. When comedian, Mami Agatha, paraded the red carpet in his self-designed costume, laughter spurred by the stand-up comedy, rented the air.

The brain behind the star-studded occasion was Sama Ndango, who is very passionate about uplifting the Anglophone entertainment industry, which many people remain oblivious of. He said: “I am a celebrity coach and I created this show to fix things in entertainment.”

The Fix It Show was not only open to those who had achieved much in entertainment, but to anyone who had some skill to display. It was a catalyst for young talents to mature. According to its creator, the show will take place on a regular basis.

First published in The Post print edition no. 01341

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