Out of 9 contestants from Walewale who took the stage to display their dancing skills in the ongoing nationwide auditioning of Di Asa season two, Lydia Awuni and Sophia Zuba were selected to represent Walewale and the Northern Region.
Sophia Zuba, a nursing mother proved her mettle as she wowed the crowd of some beautiful dance moves. Lydia Awuni who had traveled all the way from Bolgatanga to Walewale to take part in the audition after missing the Bolga audition didn't disappoint herself and the crowd with her "Amanda" moves.
The atmosphere was fully charged as men, women, children, and people from all walks of life gathered at the forecourt of the Walewale police station to witness the first ever Di Asa audition in the area.
The show was graced by Amina of Di Asa season one who also spiced the atmosphere with her enchanting dancing moves.
The Di Asa train has visited towns like Mpraeso in the Eastern Region, Bawku and Bolgatanga, both in the Upper East Region and Walewale, hometown of the second gentleman of Ghana Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia in the Northern Region of Ghana.
The audition hits Tamale, the Northern Regional capital on Tuesday.
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