jam2One of the biggest outdoor events in West Africa started slow due to heavy downpour in Accra on Saturday that kept revelers indoors and organizers in doubt but the thought of missing out on catching up on old mates, enjoying spicy ‘jama’ and getting hooked to a fine chic or handsome dude was too much to endure.

In the end, patrons came in their hundreds wearing outlandish costumes to witness and partake of the celebration. The Zulu Community, Vandals and the Ogua Hall residents of the University of Cape Coast amassed in their numbers and dished out copious doses of hit and ageless ‘jama’ tunes which was warmly received by onlookers.

Warm blooded guys didn’t need the stage at a point because de ‘spirit’ arrested anyone anywhere at the independence square.

The Vandals of the University of Ghana, Katanga Boys of KNUST, Spartans of UCC, Zulus of Accra Poly and Alumni of second cycle institutions all made another edition of the Joy FM Old Skuulz Reunion memorable.

Solid disc jockeys; DJ Black, Lexis Bill and Saviola were behind the turntables.

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