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For a worthy cause

Lecture Theatre 1 at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus was transformed into a stage for dancing and singing last Saturday when a Christian concert was held there for a worthy cause.

The dance moves were wholesome and the lyrics were uplifting to the soul as the award winning Mission Prayz mime group hosted the charitable event to assist 19-year-old Sebastian Jno-Jules-Davis to raise funds for a medical procedure.

Davis, who is currently pursuing a management degree in the Faculty of Social Sciences, was born with a condition known as Syndactyly. It causes patients to have a webbed hand or foot as a result of the failure of the fingers or toes to separate naturally.

Sebastian Jno-Jules-Davis

Sebastian Jno-Jules-Davis

Under the theme, Never Would Have Made ItCelebrating 10 years of Ministry, the concert showcased a wide variety of music, singing, drama, poetry and mime.

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