Minister Mbayu, Old Town inhabitants sue for peace on Marley Day


Minister Felix Mbayu 


Inhabitants of old Town Bamenda have been bracing up to celebrate the anniversary of the passing away of Bob Marley, 11th May 2022.

The community is fully mobilized to a special concert that will see top Reggae artists in the North West perform at old town.

Reggae music, which is mainly used as a means to decry societal injustices will served as a unique opportunity to call for peace and prosperity in the North West Region that has been in an armed conflict since 2016.

2021 stage used for the Marley Day Celebrations 

The Reggae artists led by Zuluman and Rainbow of Alabukam have promised a fun-filled commemoration at old town in Bamenda.

Sponsored by the Minister Delegate at the Ministry of External Relations in charge of the Commonwealth, Felix Mbayu, the Minister has reminded the inhabitants of old Town to Shaun any form of societal disorder, embrace peace and living together and more importantly, desist from the consumption of hard drugs.

The previous editions brought together people from far and Near to celebrate the legacy of Bob Marley but also celebrate the albums of budding Reggae musicians.


Robert Nesta Marley was born on the 6th February 1945 and died on the 11th May 1981 at age 36.

Since his death, several countries have been celebrating his legacy through Reggae music.

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Ndi Tsembom Elvis

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