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Quote of the day: Culture and Traditions

“We should endeavour to preserve some of our culture and uphold our traditions, especially those aspects of our cultures and traditions that have survived intense intellectual review on a moral scale and found acceptable to ultra-moral conscience and uniqueness.
What truly defines us as a people is not how well we integrate into the swelling global culture, rather it is how well we as a people preserve, project and propagate our culture to the whole world in every attempt that showcases our uniqueness while influencing the crest of global traditional wave.”

“I’m afraid without which, we become and remain highly vulnerable to the encroaching wind of world culture with the attending catastrophic problem that comes with losing our very unique way of life. It is for this reason I urge you all to be a lifetime advocate of indigenous culture that preserve and advance indigenous uniqueness and ancestral decency of the part of the universe that we all were birthed in. ”

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