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Our culture is dead, I need to wake it up – Muka Ray Eyiwunmi

 

The Senior Special Assistant to Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Culture and Tourism, MukaRay Eyiwunmi has assured people of Kwara to wake up the dead culture, as the state art and culture must be engaged with cultural activities at all weekends, ranging from stage performances, movies and many more.

He made the assertion on Sunday after a stage performance titled, Bashorun Gaa at the Kwara State Council for Art and Culture

This is just the beginning of innovations I will bring to Kwara State. What is happening now in the state art and culture has never been experienced for decades, he said.

“After Bashorun Gaa, we are bringing a lot of stage play that will keep entertaining the people of the State”.

He appreciated the state governor for the opportunity bestowed on him to be part of his administration. He also called for support from the people to ensure it’s success.

Comissioner for Communication, Olabode Towoju hailed the governor for promoting culture in the State. He expressed excitement as the stage play unfolds

Special Assistant to the State Governor on Student Affairs, Mubaraq Salau Bello noted that the government gave youths an avenue to showcase their hidden talents through art and culture

“It’s a wonderful program and one in town at the moment. Before now, there was no opportunity for youth to showcase their talent but the present government have an avenue to discover new talents and enable youths free to expressed their God-given talent through the art and culture”.

The audience, Alhaji Tayo Moyosore, Comrade Elesho Richard, Mohammed Olaitan, Jimoh Kuti, Khadijah Bolatito other in their various submissions, showed interests in more of such, added that they’ve learnt alot from the play

“Aside from being entertaining, it’s also educative”

I am amazed and learnt a lot from the play. Can’t even imagine this could ever happen in real life. To be honest, kudos to the actors and actresses in the play.

They therefore urged the SSA on Culture to bring more of such.

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