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Top Cheri shares excitement of being featured on Swift 30 cards with fans

The day we all wake up with such honors like Top Cheri, we will be able to relate.

Namibian musician and actress Monica Pinias we’ll know as Top Cheri has expressed her excitement over her name being included on Swift 30 game card saying she is now officially ‘part of Namibian history’.

Gushing on Instagram over the game, the Danisa singer wrote “Myself and my plug both got our names on Swift 30 cards … You know what that means? We are part of Namibian history. My God is a cool God”.

Officially placed on the market early last week, Swift 30 is on Namibia’s very own version of 30 seconds. A brainchild of entrepreneur Ndeshipanda Fikameni, founder of Afro Print Line, the local branded- game consists of a variety of words dealing with Namibian geography, people and history among others, aimed at educating and entertaining players about Namibia.

Other names on the Swift 30 cards are such as Bomba, founder of Kasi Vibe Festival, D-Naff and legends such, Hendrik Witbooi, Jan Jonker Afrikaner.To purchase the the game Swift 30, follow Afro Print Line on social media.


Author: Maria Kandjungu


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