Are You Ready To Celebrate Igbo Day?

KayCee
By KayCee July 2, 2015 09:59

On Saturday July 25, 2015,  Ndigbo from all works of life will observe the 2015 edition of the Igbo Day ceremony.

This event which started in the days of the Igbo State Union as a day for the commemoration of our Igboness, took other connotations in addition to the former objective. This connotation included the remembrance of our people who paid the supreme sacrifice in the cause of nation building among others.

Igbo Day is a day set aside by the Igbo tribe to reflect on what it means to be of Igbo Ancestry. A day many Igbos remember their past history and experiences; a day of solidarity and love, and a day to give praise and thanks to Chukwu, the Almighty God for all his blessings on our people. Igbo Day has become an excellent opportunity to showcase the rich Igbo cultural heritage passed on to us from our fore fathers.

It is also a day we showcase our Igbo identity by way of our traditional dance, attire, food and culture.

Igbo Kwenu, Kwenu, kwezuo Nu!

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KayCee
By KayCee July 2, 2015 09:59