Sunday, May 10, 2015

Singer uses music to boost patriotism in Cameroonians

 By Christopher Ambe
             David Ajako Nkembi Forcha, alias The  Zion Train, a budding  Southwest –based singer of different genres of music(Bitkusi,Makossa,Reggae,slows ete) ,has  launched his second album, tilted ‘Patriotism’, which  is a clarion call on  Cameroonians to be patriotic  and give their best to their country.
David Ajako Nkembi Forcha (middle) with supporters
       The 37-year old, who hails from Lebialem Division, while presenting his new six-track album to reporters recently at Capitol Hotel Buea, stressed the need for all Cameroonians to support in, one way or the other,the fight against Boko Haram.
         The second album has been released at the right time when the Government is also appealing to citizens to raise funds in support of the armed forces in the war against terrorism in the northern parts of Cameroon. 
     The Zion Train said his first album, launched three years ago, was titled “Anu Nkong(Love issues).He disclosed that he faced difficulties coming out with the two albums but added that since he was lured into singing by the spirit of music, he had to  brave the odds  to be successful.
      “It has not been easy at all but I have to sacrifice since I was arrested by the spirit of music,” he told the press.
 He launched an appealed to the public and Government to support Cameroonian artists.
     The second Album –just as the first, is audio, and will soon be put in the market for public consumption.
     Before joining the music world, The Zion Train, was farmer/Mechanic. He resides in Buea,is married and has children

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