IGOGO 2023: OGUNDARE GREETS OLOGHO, INDIGENES, HARPS ON CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY In the spirit of unity and cultural celebration, Hon. Oluwaseyi Ga
IGOGO 2023: OGUNDARE GREETS OLOGHO, INDIGENES, HARPS ON CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY
In the spirit of unity and cultural celebration, Hon. Oluwaseyi Gabriel Ogundare, a prominent figure in the Owo/Ose political landscape, has conveyed warm greetings to the esteemed Ologho of Owo, Oba Ajibade Gbadegeshin Ogunoye III, indigenes, and residents of the community, on the Igogo 2023 festival celebration.
In a special goodwill message, Ogundare underscored the critical importance of sustaining the rich cultural heritage that defines Owo.
The Igogo festival, celebrated with unmatched enthusiasm and traditional fervor, serves as a resounding testament to the enduring customs and traditions that have deep roots in Owo’s history. It’s a time when the community comes together to honour its ancestors, showcase its vibrant culture, and strengthen the bonds of unity among its people.
Ogundare, known for his unwavering commitment to preserving the cultural heritage, seized the opportunity to emphasize the significance of cultural sustainability. In his message, he highlighted the need to pass down the customs and values that make Owo unique to future generations.
“Owo is not just a place; it is a living embodiment of our heritage and identity.
The Igogo festival allows us to not only celebrate our culture but also ensure its continuity. We must strive to preserve our traditions, our language, the and our way of life,” Ogundare remarked.
He further appreciated the Ologho for his unwavering commitment to the development of the kingdom and prayed for good health and more wisdom to pilot the affairs of Owo.