Sunday, April 4, 2021

Governor Obiano's Media Aide Sets To Launch New Album " IGBO AMAKA" Today.



....Extols Igbo Cultural Heritage, Obiano's Bravery, Highlights Anambra Governor's Achievements in Office.


By Victor Bieni, Asaba


Music is an essential part of daily life and backbone of spiritual, cultural and every social expressions. Indegineous music is a term use for traditional music of the indegineous People of the World, that is music of an "original" ethnic group that inhabits a geographical region alongside regent immigrants who may be greater in number.

The Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to His Excellency, Chief Governor Willie Obiano On Media Matters and Publishers of "ujuedochie.com and ogeneanambra.com" (Ada Eri General), Chief Mrs Uju Edochie in a media chat with our reporter via telephone conversation noted that today , at 5pm in the evening being, 5th of April, 2021, Easter Monday will be a remarkable day in Awka Anambra State capital as dignitaries within and across the state will grace the occasion.

In her words: " I use this medium to cordially invite the general public, musicians, stakeholders in Igbo Cultural Heritage, Political leaders, Youths and Women to grace the occasion of the "Album Listening Party of my new song 'Igbo Amaka' coming up on 5th April 2021, Easter Monday.
Venue:Jesse Hotel, No 19 Igweze Street , Off Kwata Junction Opposite Dominion Chapel , Awka, Anambra State. It will be a great honor to have you. Deje rinne and remain blessed".

No doubt, Chief Mrs Uju Edochie in her musical Album is purely "aboriginal" that is, uses traditional instruments and vocals such as flute, pow-wow, throat singing, hand drum and others to send her message as a well groomed indegineous musician.

The music by Uju Edochie is purely a showcase of Igbo Cultural Heritage and bravery of Gov. Obiano as Anambra state governor while in office , other illustrious sons and daughters of Igbo nation, a symbol of Igbo Cultural Heritage and their achievements in their various communities .

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