Regional Division 4-A Crowned Winners of the Inaugural ‘Flava De Stage’ Dance Competition


The recently concluded Men on Mission/Guyana Police Force ‘Flava De Stage’ Dance Competition was not only a celebration of talent and creativity but also a rewarding experience for the winners. Participants from various Regional Divisions, including Regional Divisions 1, 2, 3, 4-A, 4-B, 4-C, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and Police Headquarters, came together to deliver an extraordinary display of dance skills and teamwork.

Esteemed guests, Minister Kwame McCoy, Minister Charles Ramson, Commissioner of Police Clifton Hicken, and the Regional Division Commanders, added to the prestige of the event.

Among the exceptional performances, it was Regional Division 4-A that emerged victorious, securing first place with their captivating concept titled “Return of the Goddess.” Their outstanding performance not only earned them a well-deserved trophy but also a remarkable cash prize of 1 million dollars. The combination of their fusion of dance styles and their storytelling prowess left the audience in awe and demonstrated their exceptional talent.

2nd Unity Boys of Region 6 (Photo courtesy of Clifford George (CCU)

Regional Division 6 took the second spot, delivering an impressive urban dance routine that showcased both technical proficiency and creative flair. Their stellar performance earned them a trophy along with a cash prize of 600,000 dollars, acknowledging their remarkable skills and dedication.

3rd Kumuwa of Region 9 (Photo courtesy of Clifford George (CCU)

Regional Division 9 claimed the third position with their mesmerizing indigenous dance performance, reflecting the rich cultural heritage of Guyana. They were rewarded with a trophy and a cash prize of 300,000 dollars for their exceptional display of talent and cultural representation.

Additionally, Regional Division 3 secured the fourth position with their impressive urban dance routine, which impressed the judges and the audience. They received a trophy along with a cash prize of 100,000 dollars as recognition for their remarkable performance.

The substantial cash prizes and trophies awarded to the winners added to the significance of their achievements, emphasizing the value placed on their dedication and talent.

The success of the Men on Mission/Guyana Police Force ‘Flava De Stage’ Dance Competition was evident through the exceptional performances, diverse concepts, and enthusiastic participation from the Regional Divisions. The event not only provided a platform for the talented youths aged 15-30 to showcase their dance skills, but it also fostered a sense of unity and collaboration among the different divisions. The support and recognition from esteemed guests highlighted the importance of such events in promoting creativity and camaraderie within the police force.


4th Unique Arts of Region 3 (Photo courtesy of Clifford George (CCU)

The competition serves as a powerful reminder that talent and passion can flourish in unexpected places. The Guyana Police Force continues to demonstrate its commitment to excellence in all endeavors, embracing the artistic expression and skill. The ‘Flava De Stage’ Dance Competition showcased the incredible talent within the force and affirmed the dedication of the Guyana Police Force to nurture and celebrate the talents in Guyana.


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