Traditions & Society

The Wild, Untamed Beauty of Carniriv Festival

Every year in the land of masquerades, Rivers State, for seven days, opulence, diversity and…

Olojo Festival

The Olojo Festival is a celebration of the Yoruba deity Ogun, the god of Iron.…

The 2021 Edition of KAFART

The second edition of the Kaduna Fashion and Arts Exhibition took place over the span…

Iria Festival: An Ancient Ritual of Womanhood

In Okrika, a lively port town lying on an island south of Port-Harcourt in Rivers…

HENRY ANUMUDU’S SHARING LIFE AFRICA WANTS QUALITY EDUCATION FOR THE NIGERIAN CHILD

While growing up, Henry Anumudu never envisaged he would be a teacher. His perception changed…

World Sango Festival

The World Sango Festival is a yearly event held in commemoration of Sango, a Yoruba…

The Origin of the Arewa Knot

In pre-independent Nigeria, particularly in the 1950s as Nigeria began to prepare to pry itself…

Amarachi Attamah: Promoting the Igbo Culture with Performance Poetry

Days before a performance, Amarachi Attamah stands in front of a mirror in her room…

Ekun Iyawo: The Bridal Chant in Yoruba Weddings

In Yorubaland, a woman’s wedding day is one of joy, laughter and hope for a…

OJUDE OBA, THE CENTURY-OLD FESTIVAL IN IJEBULAND

The Ojude Oba festival has been celebrated for more than 100 years. It is a…