The Director General of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Chief Olusegun Runsewe, on Thursday encouraged Nigerians to make friends between ethnic groups to discourage and stop separatist agitations. Art and Culture (NAFEST) at the Lagos National Stadium. He said the stimulus was necessary in light of separatist turmoil in some parts of the country. acculturation took effect. According to him, this will bring more understanding, effective communications and peaceful coexistence. “At this stage of our national development, we need each other more than ever; we need to stick together as friends. “I want everyone to become friends with each other so that we can understand each other very well and guide each other against constant rancor,” he said. Runsewe pointed out that the essence of drama and other cultural competitions was to ensure that children were guided on cultural topics at a young age. He also urged parents to always instill cultural values and norms in their children. the “Culture and Peaceful Coexistence” festival. Some of the states that submitted include Rivers, Oyo, Lagos, Bayelsa, Delta and Ogun. The 35th NAFEST began on November 7 and will end on November 13, 2022.
Edited / Vivian Ihechu
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