Iri Ji Mbaise: Tambuwal, Ugwuanyi, others rate Imo festival high.

  Festival will boost Imo's economy--Imo Gov Some notable political leaders in the country have praised the rich cultural heritage in Imo State, insisting that one cannot be divorced from the culture and tradition of his land. The governor of Sokoto state, Rt Hon Aminu Tambuwal, has said the Iri Ji Mbaise (New Yam Festival of Mbaise nation) is a culture, if harnessed of its riches, will make Imo State a tourist destination within and outside the country. Tambuwal, a special guest of honour at the 2019 Iri Mbaise Festival held today, 15th August, 2019, , urged the people of Imo State to support Gov. Ihedioha. Tambuwal, who is a former speaker of the National Assembly, described Gov Ihedioha as a man who is result oriented and dedicated to restoring all that the state lost in the past. Meanwhile governor Ugwuanyi of Enugu state has described Mbaise nation as a peace loving and hospitable people who have been consistent in sustaining the age long Iri Ji tradition. This was contained in his address at the Iri Ji Mbaise festival held at Mbaise Secondary School Field. The governor noted that Mbaise nation had shown great desire in hoisting the cultural flag of

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