Uniqueness Of Cultures At 2018 UJ International Festival

As events of the day unravelled, The Open Journal spoke to representatives from some of the countries who explained about their culture, food and traditional wear.

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By Kupakwashe kambasha (3 mins read)

This year’s UJ International Festival exploded to life at UJ’s APK campus with an outburst of colour, different traditional regalia, cultural displays and mouth-watering cuisines.

As events of the day unravelled, The Open Journal spoke to representatives from some of the countries who explained about their culture, food and traditional wear.

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[SLIDESHOW] Some of the bustling colours at the Festival.

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Reporting by Kupakwashe Kambasha; Editing by Gaby Ndongo

Feature image: Nigerian Women flaunt their colourful traditional regalia for the 16th UJ International Festival. 

Image courtesy to Conrad Mmotsa


 

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