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Glo has helped make Ofala huge tourism spectacle – Obi of Onitsha

Glo has helped make Ofala huge tourism spectacle – Obi of Onitsha



Glo has helped make Ofala huge tourism spectacle - Obi of OnitshaIgwenwanyi Achebe, wife of Obi of Onitsha, presents the key to a brand new tricycle, also known as keke, to one of the lucky winners of the Globacom Ofala 2019 raffle draw, Mr. Mofunanya Onochie, on Saturday at the Onitsha Ime Obi, during the Azu Ofala festival, sponsored by Globacom. The 2019 edition of the Onitsha Ofala Festival, sponsored by national telecommunications company, Globacom, was a grand celebration of culture and tradition at the Onitsha Ime Obi, the palace of the Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe.The Onitsha monarch, who made a grand royal entry into the Ime Obi arena on Friday accompanied by his Ndi Ichies, and other palace functionaries, was a sight to behold as he danced to the royal traditional egwu ota drums, to the applause of the dignitaries, indigenes of Onitsha Kingdom and other tourists.Welcoming his subjects and guests to the festival, Igwe Achebe paid tribute to Globacom for supporting the Ofala festival as the official corporate sponsors since 2011. He observed that the company had over the years introduced several innovations to the historic festival, thus making Ofala a huge tourism spectacle.Attesting to Globacom's contributions to the advancement of the festival, especially the company's sole sponsorship of Oreze International Arts Exhibition, the Onitsha monarch noted that the company's partnership had been very beneficial to the festival. The Arts Exhibition was introduced into the celebrations seven years ago and over 4,000 artists have so far exhibited their works at the forum."Our appreciation goes to our main sponsor, Globacom. The partnership with this company has contributed significantly to the growth of Ofala", Igwe Achebe said. He expressed delight that the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation had endorsed Ofala as a major festival in Nigeria, adding that the National Gallery of Arts had also provided support for the Oreze Arts Exhibition."To us, ndi Onicha, we are encouraged and energised by the knowledge that our kingdom is moving forward through our collective efforts", he enthused.Speaking with journalists at the Ime Obi, Globacom's Regional Activation Manager, South East 2, Mr. Noel Udeme, said, "Globacom's consistent sponsorship of the festival for the past nine years is an indication that we do not only love the Onitsha people, but that we are interested in the preservation of their cultural values"."Being a wholly Nigerian company, Globacom has contributed more to the promotion of the culture and values of the people of Nigeria, more than any other corporate organisation. We are not relenting in our efforts at promoting what makes us who we are as a people. Our culture is our life and that is the driving force behind the Glo Heritage Series, the platform we are using to support Ofala festival and other major festivals across the country", he added.The Ofala festival continued on Saturday with the Azu Ofala, and will be rounded off on Monday with a Royal Banquet organised by Globacom in honour of Igwe Achebe at the Dolly Hills Hotels, Onitsha. L-R: Winners of Keke: Ifeanyi Deluo Ike and Henry Okey Eneh, a winner of LED TV set, Ebirim Akunna Cynthia, another keke winner, Mofunanya Onochie, two other LED TV set winners, Ikechukwu Mmadular and Ogbunando Adaeze and another keke winner, Okey Eneh, display their prizes on Saturday, during the Glo raffle draw held at the Onitsha Ime Obi, during the Azu Ofala festival, sponsored by the company. Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe, Agbogidi, accompanied by his Senior Special Assistant, Mr. Ugonwanne Areh, salutes the crowd on Saturday at the Onitsha Ime Obi, during the Azu Ofala festival, sponsored by Globacom. 2019 Azu Ofala Festival Special Guest, Sir Chike Onyejekwe (right), presents the key to a brand new tricycle, also known as keke, to one of the lucky winners of the Globacom Ofala 2019 raffle draw, Okey Eneh (left), on Saturday at the Onitsha Ime Obi, during the Azu Ofala festival, sponsored by Globacom. 2019 Azu Ofala Festival Special Guest, Mrs. Ugodibeze Melumwa Obodoejina (right), presents the key to a brand new tricycle, also known as keke, to one of the lucky winners of the Globacom Ofala 2019 raffle draw, Ifeanyi Deluo Ike (left), on Saturday at the Onitsha Ime Obi, during the Azu Ofala festival, sponsored by Globacom. L-R: Winners of brand new tricycles, also known as keke, of the Globacom Ofala 2019 raffle draw, on Saturday at the Onitsha Ime Obi, during the Azu Ofala festival, sponsored by the company, pose with their prizes. Standing from left to right are: Ekpechi Henry, Henry Okey Eneh, Ifeanyi Deluo Ike and Emeka Henry Chidi. The post Glo has helped make Ofala huge tourism spectacle – Obi of Onitsha appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.



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