Pro Wrestling Africa president for burial Saturday in Yaoundé
By Akeem Busari
The executives and members of Pro Wrestling Africa have concluded arrangements for the burial ceremonies of its late president, Joseph Mbeng Makia.
The Cameroon legendary wrestler fondly called Super Makia in his heydays died August 1st, 2019, after a brief illness.
According to a statement by the Secretary- General of PWA, Olusesan Olukoya, the wrestling body is committed to giving the late PWA boss a most befitting burial, beginning with the service of songs and wake keep on Friday, 16th August, 2019. While his remains would be finally laid to rest in his home in Yaoundé, Saturday, 17th August, 2019.
“We at Pro Wrestling Africa, the mouthpiece of the pro wrestling game in Africa, would endeavour to immortalize his name in the Pro Wrestling world in our own ways, considering his exploits in the wrestling world,” Olukoya stated.