By Khadijah Abdullahi
Governments and stakeholders on education have been Urge to support cultural activities particularly in primary and secondary schools for unity and national cohesion in the country.
The Director of Dariq International Schools, Mr. Abubakar Musa made the call during this year’s Cultural Day held at the school in Malali Housing Estate, Kaduna.
He said cultural activities go along way in uniting people particularly if you showcases the beauty of some of cultural activities of some tribes in Nigeria particularly to the students who are the future of tomorrow.
Mr. Abubakar Musa explained that the school made it mandatory to organize such event and other special activities annually in order to develop the knowledge of students in different capacity.
The Proprietress of Dariq International Schools Kaduna Hajiya Jamila Abubakar Girei who was highly impressed with the excellent performance of the students during the cultural day said it show that there is unity and love in the country.
She appealed to parents to continue to support their children educationally been the future leaders of tomorrow not to miss anything in the school time.
Some of the parents commended the school’s management and the organisers for their effort in organizing an important occasion.
Among the cultural activities display are Hausa, Fulani, Igala, Igbo, Yoruba and Edo.
Hausa team became the first position in showcasing cultural foods, cultural property and cultural dance and parade, Yoruba took second position while Igala came third position.
Among the personalities whom witnessed the occasion were the representatives of Kaduna State Governor, Emir of Zazzau, District Head of Basawa, Emirs of Igala and Yoruba in Kaduna State among others.