Liberia: Ghana’s Refugee Camp-Born Cultural Dance Group Helps On Coronavirus

Bushrod Island — Twenty-nine years ago, 1991, Emmanuel B. Lavela was one of many kid-members of the Liberia Culture Dance Troupe (LCDT) founded and based on Ghana’s refugee camp popularly called Buduburam. Like his seniors, in age, Emmanuel, born in 1977, was regularly performing (dancing)–throwing his tiny head, legs and hands in different direction in accompaniment of the rhythmic sounds of drums (being-hand-beaten by adults with children) made of woods and hide of meat as entertainment…

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