IGBO CULTURAL NIGHT: 2014
Igbo community organizations and State Associations have vigorously started their practices and rehearsals in preparation for this year’s Igbo Cultural Night Festival.
This year’s event promises to showcase the best of Igbo Cultural and traditional dances from Abia, Anambra, Delta, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo and other sister communities.
The expectations are high as this event focuses on the reunification of all Igbos in the GTA.
Theme: Igbo Cultural Continuity: “Maka Umu Aka Anyi”
As stated above, the Focus of this year’s Igbo Cultural Night is centred on our Youths and in view of this, we are happy to announce that part of the proceeds from this Festival will go towards the establishment of a Youth Scholarship Award for any Igbo child graduating from High School with a Specialist High Skills Major in Arts and Culture. Details of this Scholarship Fund will be unfolded at the event.
Every Igbo person is therefore encouraged to support this Cause by making a personal financial donation of any amount to: The Secretary, Organizing Committee: Igbo Cultural Night 2014, Joseph Eze email@example.com (647-968-9191) or Chairman of the Committee, Theo Nwaogu: firstname.lastname@example.org (416-918-7399)
We are doing this for the propagation of Igbo Culture in the Diaspora and for the benefit of our next generation.
Igbo Gaa n’iru! Gaa n’iru!
DATE: AUGUST 31, 2014
VENUE: TAJ BANQUET HALL: 4619 STEELES AVE. W, TORONTO (400 / STEELES)
TIME: 8PM – 3AM : Dinner: 9pm
MUSIC: By D.J. LIMIT (The Best in Town) DANCE DANCE DANCE
FOOD FREE: GATE: FREE: BE THERE!
KIDS DRINK FOR FREE
Theo Nwaogu-Imo State
Abia State – Steve Akwarandu: Anambra State – Chris Izundu:
Ebonyi State – Jospeh Eze : Enugu State – Okay Enenwali: