By Confidente Reporter
A HIGH tempo car spinning carnival is on the cards when household fly-spinners strut their skills this Saturday at a venue in Windhoek’s Northern Industrial opposite the TransNamib Container Terminal.
The weekend spin under the theme ‘Drivers Birthday Bash’ is named after the local gifted spinner, Driver Emmanuel, whose birthday was celebrated on February 14.
The event organised by the Windhoek Spin City, a black owned motor entity, will showcase local talent amongst them 15-year-old Wamboe Seun, Emmanuel and Peter ‘Most Wanted’ Opali.
Also gracing the event will be Botswana-born, The General and Cape Town spin sensation Crazy Rasta.
Windhoek Spin City co-owner, Opali told Confidente Sport that the event that has attracted huge public interest and is anticipated to have great entertainment with local DJs lined up to entertain the crowds.
Spectators will be entertained to a variety of music with DJs are expected to spin their turntables to the marvel of the spectators.
Opali said the actual spinning event would kick off at 13H00 and go on until 20H00.
“It will be great fun for the spectators as we really want our young people off drugs and the streets; that is why our motto is ‘Smoke Tyres not Drugs’. The bond between us and the public is so tight that we also do community development projects and also showcase our motors to community members,” he said. Those concerned with safety should not worry as security will be provided for by the City Police, Nampol and private security companies.According to organisers a host of similar events are also lined-up throughout the year at various towns.
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