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August 18, 2023

The Igue Festival


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The Igue festival is a centuries-old Thanksgiving festival celebrated by the people of the Benin Kingdom in Nigeria. The festival marks the end of the Benin year and the beginning of the new year, and is a time for the people to give thanks to God and their ancestors for the blessings of the past year. The festival is celebrated over a period of several days and features a variety of traditional ceremonies and performances. Other highlights of the festival include traditional dances, music, and masquerades. The festival is also a time for the people to come together and celebrate their culture and history. In this podcast episode, we will explore the history and significance of the Igue festival. 📣 Don't forget to share with your friends and your thoughts in the comments as well.

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