Culture Fest

16th, Apr 2019
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Ikeji Arondizuogu

Arondiziougu

The town of Arondizuogu is located in Imo state. The Ikeji Festival has so many origins which has over the years changed with the times.

The Ikeji festival is celebrated by all the “Aro’s” in the Igboland such as the Arochukwu, Arondizuogu and Aro Ajalli. Ikeji meaning “The Power That Holds The Yam”. The event usually falls on the Easter period which allows indigenes from far and wide to come and celebrate with the Ikeji Festival.

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16th, Apr 2019
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Nwonyo Fishing Festival

Taraba

The festival which started about 96 years ago and is usually held at the Nwonyo Lake, located some five kilometers north of Ibi town.The name “Nwonyo” literally means “a hideout” for monstrous aquatic animals such as crocodiles and hippopotamus.

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15th, Apr 2019
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Koton Karfe Fishing Festival

Kogi

The Igu-Koton-Karfe kingdom in Kogi Local Government Area of Kogi State will hold the third edition of its fishing/cultural festival on the 15th of April 2019. The event is known for its display of boat regatta, symposium/exhibition/and cultural display.

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01st, Jun 2019
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Golibe Festival

Anambra

The Golibe Festival Onitsha is a unique festival, one of its kind which targets and leverage’s on the rich cultural heritage of Onitsha. The aim of the Golibe Festival is to transform Onitsha to a hub for culture, tourism and modern day commerce.

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05th, May 2019
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Sallah Durbar

Kano

Kano State Durbar as it is locally called is a royal parade of thousands of men on horses adorned with beautiful garments. It is a colourful display of culture and pageantry. A spectacular display of a thousand years old tradition.

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