Banjul, Gambia

ORGANIZER- Mutiu Olawuyi (The Jungle Poet)

CONTACT: thejunglepoet@gmail.com

DESCRIPTION: Young Poetry Forum Slam For Change

 

 

 

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  1. 100 TPC – Bakau/Banjul The Gambia
    Talent Show of youngstars
    Venue: West African International School, Bakau New Town
    Participant:

    MCs:
    Aji Fatou Touray
    Joseph Mendy

    Singers/Rapers:
    Jainaba Gaye
    Sainabou Baldeh
    Sainabou Joof

    Dancers;
    Mariama Camara
    Sainabou Baldeh
    Maimuna Jallow

    Cameraman:
    Olamiji Mafe

    Programme Coordinators:
    Olawuyi Mutiu
    Olamiji Mafe
    Martins Agbambu
    AJ Nzeribe

  2. DRUMMERS CIRCLE GAMBIA says:

    DRUMMER CIRCLE – BANJUL THE GAMBIA
    WILL SHAKE THE WORLD
    WITH D R U M THIS MONTH –
    24 SEPTEMBER, 2011…

  3. DRUMMERS CIRCLE GAMBIA says:

    WE HAVE PLANNED TO SHAKE THE WORLD
    WITH OUR DRUMMER
    AND CALL MAINLY FOR
    P E A C E ! ! !
    on
    24 SEPTEMBER, 2011.
    ……………………………………………………
    1 0 0 P O E T S ! ! !
    F O R C H A N G E ! ! !

  4. Mutiu says:

    AFRICA AGAIN !!!
    100 TPC IN THE GAMBIA:

    THEME: POVERTY AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN AFRICA: A CALL FOR CHANGE!
    DATE : 30 August – September 24
    Venue: (1) Bajul August 30
    (2) Bakau September 7
    (3) Kanifing September 24

  5. Mutiu says:

    AFRICA AGAIN !!!
    100 TPC IN THE GAMBIA:

    THEME: POVERTY AND GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN AFRICA: A CALL FOR CHANGE!
    DATE : 30 August – September 24
    Venue: (1) Bajul August 30
    (2) Bakau September 7
    (3) Kanifing September 24

  6. Mutiu says:

    Abnormalities in Spoken English…

    I wander how we English speak
    without a care for error peak.
    And when you ask a phonic hat,
    You only hear that that is that…

    I’m not a fool – I can’t agree
    like those that dive in fooling sea –
    that – one can change the ‘say’ to /sez/,
    but never turn the ‘pay’ to /pez/.
    They say that past of ‘say’ is /sed/,
    but never say that ‘pay’ is /ped/…

    I can’t afford to call the ‘isle’
    the way I call my poetry ‘file’…
    But how can ‘ewe’ be called as ‘you’,
    And ‘P’ in soup is not in ‘coup’?

    And why is it that ‘awe’ is ‘or’
    And say that ‘corps’ is called like core?
    And how can ‘rapped’ be called like ‘rapt’;
    but ‘depot’ kills the ‘t’ in ‘…pot’?

    I don’t believe that ‘whew’ is ‘few’
    and even think that ‘queue’ is ‘Q’!
    Do you believe that ‘fete’ is ‘fate’,
    whereas the ‘mete’ is never ‘mate’?

    We only say that ‘sew’ is ‘sow’,
    but never heard that ‘chew’ is ‘chow’!
    You need look at ‘show’ and ‘chow’ –
    compare to ‘sow’ and also ‘cow’…
    And how timbre becomes /tamba/,
    but timber sticks to that /timba/…

    The phonic hats should seat again
    and put a stop to phonic pain…!

  7. Mutiu says:

    SLAM FOR CHANGE:

    Here we are
    Called by the Muse;
    Digging our Minds
    For a change…
    A change for better
    through the lyric
    inks and tongues…
    Here we are –
    The Poetry Forum…

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