Egbe Omo Usi Congratulates Wale Ojo Lanre, Seeks Govt. Collaboration on USI day 2019

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photo caption. from left Engineer Debo Ayorinde, president Egbe Omo Usi, Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre, Director General, Council for Arts and Culture , Mrs Bunmi Awopetu VP 1 and Mr Ajayi Mathew VP 2 during the visit to Wale Ojo Lanre at the government secretariat in Ado Ekiti

Leaders of Egbe Omo Usi, the apex socio-cultural organization in Usi-Ekiti on Monday visited the Director General, Ekiti state Council for Arts and Culture Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre to officially congratulate him on his appointment by Dr. Kayode Fayemi and seek government collaboration on USI-Day celebration 2019

The team led by the National President Engineer Debo Ayorinde, Vice president Mrs Bunmi Awopetu VP 1 and Mr Ajayi Mathew VP 2 said Ojo Lanre is a good ambassador of the historical community who they are proud of.

Cbief Ayorinde said Ojo Lanre is one of the pride of Usi, he distinguished himself in his chosen carrier as a journalist and his contributions to the community cannot be underestimated

Corroborating Ayorinde, Mrs Bunmi Awopetu, VP, said the entire people of Usi-Ekiti appreciated Wale Ojo Lanre’s effort and expressed optimism that he would not betray the confidence reposed in him as the face of USI community in the government.

Speaking on the 2019 Usi Day, Awopetu said another reasons for coming here is to resuscitate the existing relationship between the Council for Arts and Culture and the USI in rebranding the festival and to attract more tourists and development to the community

‘The annual event which started 38 years ago was initiated to promote unity among the indigenes and showcase the cultural heritage of the town” She added.

Mr Banji Adelusi, Director of Culture while speaking on behalf of the council’s management said ,Wale Ojo Lanre’s activities since he resumed as the Director General has reflected that USI community is a place where we have dominance of brilliant, educated and cosmopolitan people.

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He said further that part of the council’s job is to rebrand and promote cultural festival to projects Ekiti culture and traditional heritage as well as enhancing promoting the economy of the state, He however assured them that the government would give them necessary support at ensuring a successful celebration of USI day 2019.

Wale Ojo Lanre, in his short remarks appreciated the Leadership of Egbe Omo Usi for the visitation and commendation “ I am passionate about the development of Usi, and I will do everything to defend, promote the community that shaped my elementary. I have been involved in so many things about USI development and I will not relent in my efforts.” He concluded.

Programmes lined up for the one week event include, Miss Usi beauty pageant, traditional and cultural event, carnival and grand finale to be held on Saturday 3rd August 2019.

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