Governor Fayemi’s Vision is To Make Ekiti State A Arts And Cultural Hub In Nigeria

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Director- General, Ekiti state council for Arts and Culture Amb Wale Ojo lanre has said that the state governor Dr Kayode Fayemi’ vision  is to make the state the arts and cultural hub of  Nigeria 

 

 

 

Ojo lanre disclosed this while recieving   The Governor of Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Producers Association of Nigeria, TAMPPAN Oyo state Chief Rose Odika in his  office  at the Ekiti State  Government Secretariat ,Ado Ekiti

 

 

 

He disclosed that  the Governor and his wife, Erelu Bisi Fayemi are conscious of the important of arts , promotion of cultural heritage and value re – orientiation through development and promotion of pristine culture and tradition

 

 

 

“It is in that view that the governor deemed  it fit to establish the Ekiti State  Council for Arts and Culture with the mandate to rejuvenate, promote and develop arts and cultural sector for empowerment and economic development of the state .”

 

 

Ojo- Lanre disclosed that ” at the Council level, we have embarked on series of sensitization programs, participated in cultural events and we are also working on training of younger ones in the creative industry with the intent of making them  vessels of rebranding and promoting our culture”

 

 

Ojo Lanre revealed  that the council was  opened to ideas from corporate bodies  , individuals and organizations  in moving the state forward through arts and culture.

 

” Our doors is widely opened to welcome people with ideas and our template is large enough to accommodate,  nourish and enhance packages from that can add value of note to the arts and cultural vision of Dr John Kayode Fayemi’

 

 

In her response , Chief Odika  lauded  Dr Kayode Fayemi for appointing Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre, who she described as a  ‘ super cultural and tourism enthusiast ‘ as the Director General and expressed  optimism about the performance of the DG.

 

 

She said her visit was to intimate the state of her plan to collaborate with Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture in empowering  the younger youths through intensive training on acting, cinematography, catering, pedicure and manicure among others.

 

 

Chief Odika who said the programme is part of activities lined up to mark her 30th anniversary in the movie industry revealed that  participants  would feature in the shooting and acting of a movie

 

She said that Ekiti is a state specially created by God for creative exploits and ” we are here to explore these creativity blessing for human development” .

 

 

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