Culture Resonates and Chrisland Schools students promote ethnic inclusion with their Language, Art and Culture Day

In an effort to continuously promote art, culture and ethnic inclusion, Chrisland held a Language, Art and Culture Day across all of its units.

This year’s event was themed “Culture resonates” at Chrisland School Opebi presented an exhibition of various Nigerian, African and international cultures by the students. Parents, dignitaries and special guests in attendance were treated to cultural parades and art exhibits from Akwa Ibom, Lagos, Rivers, Ondo, Benue, Rwanda, South Africa, Italy and Romania.
Traditional dances such as Yam festival dance, Obitun dance, Ogirinya, Zulu and Tango were also performed by the students.

Speaking of the reason behind the theme, Olabimpe Akenroyedirector of Chrisland Opebi, said the importance of instilling the customs and traditions of culture in students, regardless of modernization and technology.

“We believe that customs and traditions are important and we intend to continue to promote them with our annual day of art, language and culture. We want it to continue to resonate and resonate in the minds of our students, our parents and society as a whole, regardless of modernization and technology,” she said.

The management also reiterated its commitment to promoting Nigerian languages ​​and cultures to its students.

The event brought together distinguished guests, including Adenike Wuraola Adegoke, the managing director of Bond FM 92.9, represented by the program director; Oreoluwa Ogunnaike.

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