An excellent “welcome to Cameroon” reception was organised by Pullman Douala Rabingha on April 18th, 2017, to honour the arrival of the legendary French rapper Gandhi Djuna popularly known as Maitre Gims and his team
An excellent “welcome to Cameroon” reception was organised by Pullman Douala Rabingha on April 18th, 2017, to honour the arrival of the legendary French rapper Gandhi Djuna popularly known as Maitre Gims and his team.
The stylish celebrity internationally known for his extravagant style and sensational songs was in Cameroon for a week on a musical tour. The tour took place in the country’s economic capital Douala and the administrative capital, Yaounde.
Maitre Gims is of Congolese descent where great music hails and his music has been appreciated on many international platforms irrespective of cultural differences.
As usual, Style will always pick class, reason why the entire team was lodged at the prestigious Pullman Douala Rabingha. What better way is there to welcome royalty? Pullman Douala Rabingha, being the best hotel is town, organised a royal intimate reception for a meet and greet opportunity between the band, its staff, and some premium clients. It’s was a once in a lifetime opportunity to rub shoulders with ” Mr sapez comme Jamais” and his band before they disappear backstage for their tour and we seized it on your behalf!
237xclusive was excited to have been part of this meet and greet on the invitation of FabAfriq Magazine and PR (www.fabafriq.com).
The next day Maitre Gims together with Tenor and Maahlox were present at a press conference at 12noon at the French Institute Douala. During this conference, we got to know more about their pasts, inspirations, musical journey and their future plans. All in all it was a wonderful experience. Looking forward to another…
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