Dally HAOUA, singer and Adjutant general of the Police station, presented her new album last August in Yaoundé. It was at the handball stadium of Camp Yéyap in Yaoundé that this new album received a burst of applause. The one nicknamed the “ Mbéré star” by her colleagues conquered her public once more with one song of this new album entitled “Don’t try me” which means “ Ne me teste pas” in French. In this album, you can perceive the rhythm of the song, dance and culture of the Massa’a and Mandara people; she talks about the attack faced by the people of the North. “The goal of this song is to intimidate the enemy, encourage the soldiers at the battle front and give support to the young orphans of Kolofata.”
Moreover, the adjutant general begins her career in the group “Gospel single” at the protestant college of Ngaoundéré. Few years later, she enters the music squadron of Camp Yéyap in Yaoundé. In 2006, her first album “Early marriage” translated as “Mariage précoce” in French comes out.
Par Michele Fante (stagiaire)