Sunday, 30 May 2010

Cheers for African Attire

 By Hakeem Babalola
(Community Report)

The crowd continuously cheered the cat walking models that displayed African attire in a mini fashion and cultural show at the Europark Segafredo Kávéház in Budapest on Tuesday shortly before the match between Spain and Portugal.

The show was part and continuation of series of events being organized by the Mahatma Gandhi Human Rights Movement geared to promote integration between Hungarians and Africans living in the Central European country.

The cultural show which was carefully mapped out to attract Hungarians, especially football fans and lovers due to the ongoing world cup in South Africa, received shout of approval as the duo of Juanita and Amanda proudly exhibited different West African clothes.

Although it was gathered that the duo are not professional models, they gracefully showed to the clapping audience a sense of belonging if given the opportunity. 

Not only that. Right after the catwalk, Juanita and Amanda also showed the other side of them. 

They wiggled and embraced the rhythm of the moment with their whole body as the trio of Dava Gin, Festus Ihaza and Peter Okoh electrified the atmosphere with a powerful beating of conga. 

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