Monday, April 15, 2024

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Eleven-year-old twins Nakeem and Naheem Wahid brought down the roof with Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never and Baby to capture the 6 to 12 title in the Richard Stoute Talent Competition held at Divi Southwinds on Sunday.
The brothers, who were a hit throughout the preliminaries, had to fight for their victory as they received stiff competition in the first half of the finals.
At half-time the Wahid brothers had a lead of just two points over Ajani Haddock’s 351. 
They did enough in the second round to widen the gap, winning with 718 points to pull ahead of Haddock, first runner-up, who got 702 points. (JS)
Here, Nakeem and Naheem doing their encore verse of Never Say Never after being adjudged best of the 6 to 12 category.


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