|Jude Anogwih speaking during a press chat for the forth-coming event|
There had been a wealth of cultural benefits through workshops, art exhibitions, concerts and diverse performances. No doubt about their introduction of fresh perspectives to how arts and culture can in fact sustain the essence of a people.
Beyond promises, Segun Adefila’ Crown Troupe of Africa will be presenting one of its classics titled ‘IPINYA and BARIGA’. As explained, “IPINYA explores the manipulative power of organised invasion of primitive and conflicting
It pictures the psychological and spiritual disintegration of people in their search for individuality and belonging.”
Other performances will include ‘AJIGBE’, the face behind the mask; Jelili Atiku’s ‘PORONGODO’, Israel Akpan’s
‘ARALOAMO’, FunnTheatre’s ‘THE POWER PLAY, and a myriad of others.