A jubilant Ras Banamungu and the Det-n-ators International left the St. John’s Cathedral stage to thunderous applause after giving a joy-filled rendition of his specially-written song ‘Inka’ in sunny Brisbane yesterday.
In honour of he and the Det-n-ators being asked to represent Rwanda at the 2020 Commonwealth celebrations, ‘Inka’, sung in his native Rwandese, was composed with this day in mind and was much appreciated by the large cosmopolitan audience.
‘Inka’ meaning ‘cow’ in English, the song refers to the traditions and culture of Rwanda; telling the world of the land he loves. Ras himself is becoming a regular performer at such celebrations and is well on his way to being a major star around the world as his songs grow ever more popular on the internet and international radio.
Rwanda and Australia are both members of the British Commonwealth and this regular festival, also including acts from Australia and other parts of the world, celebrated well this important connection. Ras Banamungu and the Det-n-ators International once again prove themselves to be wonderful ambassadors for the fast-growing East African nation and Ras never misses an opportunity to wear her national flag whenever the occasion suits. Without a doubt, Ras Banamungu and the Det-n-ators International have a big, big future ahead of them, and without question, so has Rwanda.
The Express News