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Windhoek Spin City show a success

by Rodney Pienaar

The Windhoek Spin City (WSC) pulled off a spectacular show of talent in the spin show which featured 11 Namibian spinners and two international guests this past weekend.

The show was bigger and better this year, WSC co-owner Joel Nambahu told The Villager.

More than 1 500 spectators attended the event. 

“We have never ever witnessed such a turnout of audience in the past years. This was very much overwhelming. The spinners did an excellent job as they were showing off their spinning styles like never before. The show has grown I can testify. The spin city was dominated by experienced Namibian spinners,” he said.

He added that most of the spinners displayed original spin styles which the crowd has never witnessed in the past.

Nambahu also said that WSC plans to host more events in the future and will be looking forward to inviting other international spinners to the show.

“The two international guests we have invited brought along styles of their own which was very much interesting and we have witnessed tricks beyond human imagination. We are looking forward to inviting more international spinners in the upcoming events,” he said.

He added that it is always worthy to watch and learn from experienced spinners in invent more novel spinning tricks.

Namibia’s own Vankies dominated the show who was the crowd favourite as well as Wamboe Seun who is an 11 year old spinner.

The next spin show is scheduled to take place on the 24th of March at Otjiwarongo.