At its core, the #KebbiCulturalDay seeks to inculcate the spirit of self-consciousness and patriotism in the participants through the introspective medium of arts and culture.
In view of this, our focus participants is the younger generation; students from selected secondary schools from the four Emirate councils in the State – Gwandu, Argungu, Yauri and Zuru.
The event itself is geared towards promoting national cohesion, sustainable peace, and development through appreciation of the value of cultural diversity.
By reflecting on the cultural diversity and multiplicity in Kebbi State, we hope to invest in the younger generation the spirit of responsibility and a sense of reason to promote the cultural heritage of Kebbi State in particular, and Nigeria, in general.
As the 26th of June draws closer, representative schools are gearing up to display the various cultural heritage, arts and craft of their respective cultural demography.
The #KebbiCulturalDay would take place at the Presidential Lodge in Birnin-Kebbi and is put together by the Kebbi Hill-top Creative Arts Foundation.