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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Coronation Edition Of Edo Festival And UK Awards 2016 Is Set To Shake London

Nigerians and Britons in the city of London alike are already gearing up as they are about to witness the biggest cultural festival: EDO FESTIVAL and UK AWARDS scheduled to take place at 6/8 Thames Road, Barking London.




JJ Barry Entertainment UK is the brain behind this show which promotes the culture of the people of Edo State, from the Southern part of Nigerian. According to the organizers, the event will showcase a mixture of Edo cultural display, fashion, performances from local and international music stars and awards presentation.

This year's edition of the Edo Festival and UK Awards which coincides with the recently concluded coronation of HRM Oba Ewuare II of Benin, is tagged the Coronation Edition. 





Hence, indigenes of Edo State who are based in the United Kingdom, and couldn’t attend the coronation can come together to celebrate the paramount ruler at this epic festival. Some of the awardees from past editions include prominent sons and daughters of Edo States and Nigerians in the Diaspora who have contributed and are still contributing towards community development and promoting the growth of the culture of not just only the Edo people but also Nigeria as a nation.

Past recipients of the prestigious award includes, Com. Adams Aliu Oshiomole and Mr. Pius Odubu, Executive Governor and Deputy Governor of Edo State respectively, Chief Dr. Gabriel Osawaru Igbenedion, the Esama of Benin Kingdom, Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon, former member of the Federal House of Representatives and present Chief of Staff, Edo State, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, Chairman Daar Communications (AIT, Raypower and Faaji FM), Ambassador Lancelot Imaseun, Film Maker and Senator Daisy Danjuma amongst others. 

The annual event which is in its fifth edition is a celebration of the Edo culture and festivities, alongside great performances from some of Nigeria's best and biggest artistes is scheduled to take place on Friday 4th November 2016 at 6/8 Thames Road, Barking London 1GH 0HZ with live performance by Benin city's finest Traditional Musician Akobeghian.



Tickets are now on sale at www.eventsbrite.co.uk or call 07944717746, +44 7466 224736 for additional information.

14 comments:

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  3. I feel so down right now my beautiful son fell on the train platform yesterday evening at Stratford station and 3 front tooth fell off !! Just like that . I picked it and put it in my bag after crying my eyes out . I and my other son just sat there on the chair crying like babies . It's so traumatic. My boy is so handsome ,everyone praises him I guess that's why it happened. I feel so lost and sorry for my lil one. 😥😥😥😥

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    1. What!!!!!I hope you took him to the hospital cos there must've been lots of bleeding and please make sure he sees a dentist on Monday,so sorry about that.but how did it happened?was he being too playful?when your child hurts mothers hurts so bad.take this E-hug from me.

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    2. Sorry ehen.. the teeth will grow..

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    3. So sorry about that, I know how u feel. He will be fine

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    4. So sorry.Don't worry he will be ok just take him to a doctor.

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    5. Oh dear,stop beating yourself up. Have you taken him to see the GP? That must be a very bad fall. I know you want to take the kids out for half term but if you can't cope then get someone to help. My regards to your handsome son.

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  4. Can't wait!! Edo festival always on point. Akobe do and come quick quick.... don't even know what to wear,something classy and simple.

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  5. Fuck the two slave masters!

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