Akinboboye takes motherland initiative to Cote D’Ivoire
At the event, about 150 Anglophone and Francophone choreographers visited the Mayor of Cocody, Cote d’Ivoire, N’ Goan Aka Kacou, to preach African unity and ways to attract Africans in diaspora to the continent through entertainment.
Akinboboye used opportunity provided by the visit to talk about his Motherland Beckon Initiative, which was commended by the mayor.
Akinboboye said the initiative was “a conscious stoking and arousing of the subconscious reality of the Africans in the Diaspora to the reality of their essence as living creatures with identifiable identity.”
Receiving his guests, the Mayor said that the significance of the Motherland Beckons could be impactful not only in calling the Diaspora to come back to their root, but in also stoking the embers of creativity in those at home in making sure they make adequate preparation for those coming home to roost.
He added, “The sequential acts of Motherland Beckons have set in motion series of developmental strides and action on the platform of creativity in West–Africa.
I am impressed, overwhelmed and happy to see these young boys and ladies over 150 of them all from West–Africa displaying their creative innate blessings, which would have died in them or probably half showcased if not for the creative ingenuity of Ambassador Wanle Akinboboye.”
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