Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Recognition: Gov’t Knights DRIMP Foundation CEO, Rogers Nforgwei

Rogers poses with wife and DRIMP Foundation staff after receiving medal
Yaoundé—The founder and president of DRIMP Foundation, Rogers Nforgwei was promoted into the Cameroon order of knighthood on Tuesday following a state recognition.

The state honored Mr Nforgwei with the ‘prestigious’ Knight of the Cameroon Order of valor medal for his contribution to the cultural emergence of Cameroon.

Besides producing local musicians (especially Gospel singers), DRIMP Foundation runs an annual cultural event; ‘The Gospel Musical’ which observers say has greatly propelled Cameroon’s culture.

Mr Nforgwei was among other cultural promoters like the legendary Manu Dibango who were honored at the start of the 8th edition of the National Festival of Arts and Culture (FENAC) that opened at the national museum in Yaounde Tuesday.

The one week cultural jamboree is holding under the theme; “Culture and the Emergence of Cameroon.” #PhotoNews
Rogers (middle) receives bouquet of flowers from collaborator

Rogers speaks to the media admit a warm embrace with his younger brother

Rogers (R) poses with another recipient 

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