2020 NAFEST: Gov Lalong, Gwong Gwon Jos assure FG of landmark outing

Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong and the chairman, Plateau state council of traditional rulers and Emirs, Da Jacob Buba Gyang, have assured the federal and states governments that the National Festival of Arts Culture ( NAFEST) slated for Jos, next month will be a reference touch bearer in organisation, and showcasing of the best of the Plateau nation. The Governor and the Gwong Gwon Jos who spoke at different occasions during the courtesy visits of the NAFEST technical team led by Otunba Segun Runsewe, director general National Council for Arts…

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Runsewe lauds Gov. Lalong for facilitating Max Air’s regular flights to Jos

A same day flight into and out of Jos, the Plateau state capital by local carrier, Max Air, and initiated by Governor, Simon Lalong has attracted the commendation and support of the director general National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) Otunba Segun Runsewe. The flights scheduled for every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and which will be flagged off by Governor Lalong on Monday, September 28, is part of strategic economic plan by the Plateau State government to open Jos to cultural tourism businesses, investment, visitations and full exploitation of…

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NAFEST Edo: Wike back to back, Jos next destination

By Frank Meke From the opening ceremony to the closing, there were no indications which state could come up more than strong. National Festival of Art and Culture (NAFEST), Nigeria’s unity festival in its 32nd outing in Edo state was colourful and full of excitement. There were no competitive over drive, it was absolutely captured in the true likeness and expressive candour of the Nigerian cultural offerings. Dances, poetry, cuisines, traditional wrestling, Ayo, fashion, sports, all interpreted and linked to our strength and advantage on royalty and monarchism. Indeed, the…

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