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Our support for Ojude Oba Festival is to promote cultural values- Rite Foods

Seleem Adegunwa MD Rite Foods Ltd.

As excitement builds towards the 2024 Ojude Oba Festival, Rite Foods, leading food and beverage company has said it’s continuous support for the festival is aimed at preserving and promoting cultural values.

This year’s festival will hold Tuesday, June 18, 2024 in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State. According to the organisers, the theme is, ”Ojude Oba: Peace, Unity and Harmony, Our Gifts”.

Unveiling the Ojude Oba Festival 2024, Head of Marketing, at Rite Foods, Ms. Boma Harrison, said Rite Foods’ continuous sponsorship of the Ojude Oba Festival was in demonstration of its commitment to preserving and promoting the cultural values of its communities as a proudly Nigerian Company.

“We are deeply committed to investing time, expertise and resources in advancing locally relevant initiatives in our communities. We view culture as a vital part of who we are as individuals and as a people. As a socially responsible corporate citizen, our loyalty to His Royal Majesty, the Awujale and Paramount Ruler of Ijebu-land, Alaiyeluwa Ọba (Dr) Sikiru Kayọde Adetọna, CFR, J.P, and commitment to the Ojude Oba Festival demonstrate our belief that promoting the interest of our communities is a collective responsibility.

We are excited to be in the vanguard of preserving the identity and civilization of the Ijebu societies, fostering unity, and promoting social and cultural cohesion,” she said.

In his address, the Chairman of the Ojude Oba Festival 2024 Planning Committee, Chief (Barr.) Olu B. Okuboyejo, said the highlight of the event will include 90 Age Grade performances dubbed “Regberegbe,” both male and female, with the prizes for the winning team, and the first and second runners-up, and 25 families of warlords, showcasing their dexterity in a peaceful and orderly manner that depicts their past experience in warfare. He stated that the rich cultural heritage dates back to about two centuries and is widely cherished by the indigenes at home and in the diaspora.

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