OHANAEZE TASKS MONARCHS, LEADERS ON PROMOTION OF IGBO LANGUAGE, CULTURE

Written by on December 29, 2020

OHNAEZE NDIGBO HAS CALLED ON TRADITIONAL RULERS IN THE FIVE SOUTH EAST AND OTHER IGBO SPEAKING STATES TO TAKE MORE PROACTIVE STEPS AT ENSURING THAT IGBO LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND TRADITION ARE SUSTAINED AND PROMOTED.

OHANAEZE SAID IT WAS NOT PLEASED THAT THE YOUNG PEOPLE NOWADAYS APPEARED TO HAVE MORE PREFERENCE FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND WESTERN CULTURES RATHER THAN THEIRS WHICH BEAUTY STAND TALL AND UNEQUALLED.

PRESIDENT OF OHANAEZE IN ANAMBRA STATE, CHIEF DAMIAN OKEKE-OGENE, MADE THE CALL AT THE SIXTH ANNUAL UMUNRI COLLOQUIUM THEMED COMMUNITY-BASED APPROACH TO PROMOTING AND SUSTAINING IGBO LANGUAGE HELD IN ENUGWU-UKWU COMMUNITY, NJIKOKA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF THE STATE.

HE COMMENDED UMUNRI CLAN COMPRISING ENUGWU-UKWU, AGUKWU NRI, NAWFIA, AND ENUGWU-AGIDI COMMUNITIES FOR MAKING SERIOUS EFFORTS TO SUSTAIN IGBO LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND TRADITION AND URGED NDIGBO ALL OVER THE WORLD TO EMULATE THE COMMUNITIES.


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