Political Leaders Tasked On Preservation Of Culture

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Political leaders in the country have been urged to initiate programmes to preserve  and promote African cultural heritage.

Making the appeal recently at Mowo Kekere along Egede Road, Ikorodu, Lagos State,  Coordinator, O’odua Peoples Congress, OPC, Otunba Gani Adams lamented that Africans  are not doing enough to project the rich African cultural heritage.

Adams who spoke while commissioning an ultra-modern Ifa Divinity School, and modern  herbal hospital, built by the Paramount Head, Saala Ogbonni Fellowship Worldwide,  Oba Olaleke Ifayemi, expressed delight that the two projects would be of tremendous  benefit not only to the Yoruba race but the entire mankind.

“Oba Ifayemi’s effort is  commendable. These are the kind of projects that should be  emulated by well-do-do individuals and corporate bodies.

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“Ifa divinity school will enhance the study of Yoruba culture and ancient tradition  of our forefathers. I humbly appeal to our political leaders to get more involved in  projects of this nature,” he declared.

Urging the nation’s political leaders to take a cue from other nations where  conscious efforts are being made to preserve their culture, Adams said: “Our own  case should not be different. We must not lose touch with our roots. We should not  become imitators of other people’s culture while we abandon ours. African culture is  not only very rich but it is what we should treasure and preserve for generations  yet to comee,” he added.

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