Reactions As Obi Cubana, Angela Okorie & Nosa Rex, Shares Stunning Cultural Day Photos Of Their Kids
As Nigeria prepare for her 61st Independence Day Celebration, school in various part of the country decided to celebrate their ‘Cultural Day’, as pupils and students were advised to come to school on their native attires. The Likes of Obi Cubana (Businessman, philanthropist and entrepreneur), Angela Okorie (Nollywood actress and musician) and Nosa Rex (Nollywood actor, media influencer and online comedian), took to their various social media handle to share stunning photos of their children on various traditional outfits which has caused mixed reactions among their fans.
Some pictures went viral on social media yesterday where a young guy was spotted in tattered outfit as he begs people for alms on the road.Some people thought the guy was a mad man and many people pitied it for his condition.
Cultural Day is usually held in every nursery, primary, and secondary school all across the world. Cultural day is a day when students represent their cultural background by wearing their traditional outfits, preparing their native food and even communicating through their local language. During the celebration, the teachers usually access the students to see how much they are familiar with their cultural background.
Several tribes has its own tradition and customs which is often peculiar to that tribe. What is therefore a tradition in a place may be what others in another place will refer to as bizarre. Amongst the Ikale people of Ondo State in South West Nigeria, there is a burial ritual that has been going on for a very long time. Information reveals the practice is still ongoing till today. * A picture of the Ikale People Celebrating Cultural Day (Photo Credits: Guardian Newspaper) According to the information, a first
Popular Yoruba Actor and the CEO of Triple F&G Global Resources, Akin Olaiya took to his instagram handle 5 hours ago, to share lovely photos of his children as he attends Cultural Day in their School.
The fantastic Yoruba actor Akin Olaiya shows off his three children as they held Club and Cultural Day at their school.
In our world today, every society is guided by unique values, customs and traditions. These unique characteristics generally form the culture of a group of people. Culture, they say, is all of a group’s guiding values and the outward signs and symbols taken together as one big whole. In Africa, traditions and culture are given their deserved esteem. A typical African is proud of his rich cultural heritage. In Akegbe Ugwu, the people set aside an annual event – Cultural Day to celebrate their rich cult