Fetu Tigofest show was one to remember

The Fetu Tigofest took place on the 7th of September at Cape Coast’s Chapel Square. The event came to fruition by the collaborative efforts of Adom TV and Tigo.

The stage was warmed up by underground artistes who were unearthed during the Tigofest Diaries.

Nhyiraba Kojo who could not quench but rather fuel the stage fire, gave the audience a gift spree performance by dashing out three of the gold chains he wore because the cheers from the crowd was shocking.

It is said where two or three are gathered then the Lord God is present, the Aseda hit singer changed the terrain by elevating the crowd to the spiritual realm with marvellous gospel tunes.

It was not all about entertainment as the presenters of the show Sharon and Sandy call them S – Square if you like, educated the crowd about the goodies Adom TV and Tigo offer. The crowd now had to answer simple questions from the information given out in order to win prizes like Multi TV digital boxes, modems, android phones, T – shirts and bags.

The benefits of Multi TV was illustrated in a fabulous choreography on stage.

The tourists that were present were not left out as they were given a platform to showcase their version of the Azonto dance surprisingly they mentioned their names as Afia and Abena from America and Germany respectively.

Dancing like a robot is anonymous to Michael Jackson but the 1986 dance champion of Ghana has built a niche when it comes to rocking the stage, your guess is as good as mine because he is no other one than Slim Buster. He danced to numerous tunes that made the crowd act like Oliver Twist thus asking for more. His time was up but could not help but please the yelling crowd.

From Boogie Down Nima they have kept the Vision In Progress and performed like no other one’ business. V. I. P thrilled fans to both old school and new school from their rich music database.

Host of Kasahare Level on Adom FM was no exception when it got to his turn to perform. Pope Skinny stunned the audience as he gave them his best performance ever, then introduced the youngest rapper in Gh.

Tutulapato, winner of Talented Kids illustrated why he came tops of all the kids that competed in the reality show. He rocked the stage and told the people of Cape Coast that he is the new born king.

King of the street Kwaw Kese was ushered in by Tutulapato as the duo performed together.

Known for great stage craft the audience were wondering what he had under his sleeves this time round. He did not disappoint the fans. He came on stage with his younger brother Budda and together they went ‘mad’ on stage.

The next stop of Tigofest is to Mankessim for the Akwambo festival on 14th of September, 2013.