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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie & PLO Lumumba to speak on ‘Re-Engineering our Morals the African way’ at the 5th Face of Okija Cultural Pageant

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For the first time together on the same stage are award-winning author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Pan Africanist Anti Corruption Activist – Professor PLO Lumumba.  The theme of this year’s event is Re-Engineering our morals the African way’.

The annual Face of Okija Cultural event which takes place in Okija, Anambra State reinforces the values that make us truly African. This 5th Edition is also packed with numerous cultural performances such as the legendary Nkpokiti dancers, Atilogwu dancers, Igbo Jaa Ogene Group, Ohafia war dance, Hunter’s dance by Obi Troop and others.

Date: Saturday, December 29th, 2018
Time: 2 pm
Venue: Obijackson Sports Arena, Obijackson Boulevard, Okija, Anambra State

The biennial King & Queen Face of Okija Cultural Pageant is also scheduled to take place this year.  This culture inspired pageant which is dynamic and unmatched, produces the finest young people with great qualities that are worthy of emulation.  This pageant empowers our youths and gives them the opportunity  of serving and giving back to our communities and the society.  The prizes for the winners are designed to make a lifetime impact.

This is The Pageant with a difference.

It’s important to note that this year’s Face Of Okija will also showcase inspiring stories from the Obijackson women and Children’s Hospital and the ways in which the hospital is transforming maternal, neonatal and child health care in Nigeria. Attend Face Of Okija this holiday to rediscover what it means to be truly African. A great and exciting outing for the entire family.

Guests Artists: Davido & Zoro
Host: Bovi, Funnybone, and Ojinika

For more information visit www.faceofokija.com and Instagram @faceofokija or call 08168485809.
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2 Comments

  1. Bowl

    December 25, 2018 at 8:38 pm

    Way to go .Big kudos to the organizers for this

  2. lucky john

    December 27, 2018 at 1:06 pm

    This is my first time writing to you, please take it seriously and send it to the people in Nigeria to see.
    We as a country has good leaders but our problem is 98% of Nigerians lack integrity and sincerity, if we don’t teach integrity and sincerity we will never change the way we do things and we will keep blaming the government when the truth is we are all the same in values from the poorest to the richest, from the COMMONER TO THE ELITE, NO INTEGRITY AND SINCERITY, we may all pretend to be good but deep down we are all the same.
    In our homes to start with, we like to cheat each other and call it smartness that is the problem with Nigerians, we compromise in everything and everyway; that is the issues with us.
    Because we lack integrity and sincerity, we don’t do things right, ask your family member or a friend to do something for you, he/she will cheat you all because he/she want to get rich and we all think is normal that way. If we must change we all need to start to act right by standing with our words, when we say yes let it be yes and when we say no let it be no, let when we see money than we will change our mind, we cannot change that way.
    Happy Christmas to all Nigerians

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