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Arts & Culture

Arts and Culture
Miss Nigeria

Miss Agbajor, H.E Mrs Saraki and Creative Director of the Miss Nigeria Pageant, Chief Nike Oshinowo. During a courtesy call on H.E in Ilorin.

Arts and Culture is another area that has received enormous support from the Alaafia Kwara. The Performing Arts Department of the University of Ilorin and the State Council for Arts and Culture has become veritable vehicles for the information dissemination within and without the state.

WBF seeks the preservation as well as the exposure of Nigerian Cultures and traditions to the international Community. The Kwara states Arts Council and Pelewura Musical Group have been sponsored by WBF to cultural events abroad. WBF also joined others to fund the Nigerian Day at Port Regis, England in January 2009.

Miss Nigeria - October 2010

Miss Nigeria, Oluwadamilola Agbajor recently paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mrs Toyin Saraki at the Government House Ilorin. Speaking during the visit, the First Lady charged Miss Nigeria to see herself as a role model to every young Nigerian girl. She also charged her to consider advocacy for improved health care delivery for women and children as well as the promotion and protection of the rights of the Nigerian Child as part of her programme.