World Culture Day 2019: Ekiti Indigenes Urged to Support Fayemi’s Value Reorientation Agenda

Director General Ekiti state council for Arts and Culture Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre led other top management staff of the council on the tour of Civic centre to inspect the space dedicated for Art Gallery, Museum , Amphitheatre and cinema inside the ongoing Civic Centre
People of Ekiti state have been urged to join hands with Dr Kayode Fayemi led administration in restoring the core value of honesty, diligence  and integrity of the  state through cultural intervention.
The state Director -General, Council for Arts and Culture, Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre gave this urge  in a press statement issued to commemorate  the 2019 World Culture Day
World Culture Day is celebrated to deepen peoples  understanding of the values of cultural diversity and to advance the four goals of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.
Ojo Lanre noted that ” The degree of social and moral decay in our society as being witnessed today threatens our security and peaceful existence as a people and the value we place on material things  has continued  to make our society unsafe is so alarming”.
He said further that ” our culture has become too much a part of us that we relegate it to third class of our priority, cultural development and promotion  were never  accorded enough attention and that is the bane of our current situation  as a Nation.”
” It is frustrating to realize that the erosion of our culture has swept into our door steps unimaginable moral decay, our core values are becoming a thing of history “
Ekiti people are known as people who were distinguished by their higher level of bravery loyalty, integrity and hard work ,If we reactivate our core value system and celebrate the attributes listed above far above materialism, a lot would be achieved in making our society safer and more habitable”. He submitted .
While advocating for attitudinal change and positive advancement and reactivation of value system, the Chief cultural officer of the state said  the second coming of Fayemi administration marks a revival of the cultural sector in the state and need to be supported by all and sundry .
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