Epe Kayokayo Soars to New Heights: Olu-Epe Grants Blessing for Spectacular 2023 Edition, Holding Between July 29th-August 5th.

In a captivating proclamation that reverberates through the ages, the esteemed Olu-Epe of Epe Kingdom, His Royal Majesty Oba Dr. Shefiu Adewale, Bamgbopa Eshilokun I, a visionary monarch known for his profound wisdom and deep connection with tradition, has unveiled the eagerly awaited announcement of the 2023 edition of the iconic Epe Kayokayo festival.

HRM Oba Dr. Shefiu Adewale, the Olu-          Epe of Epe Kingdom, Lagos State.

Kakalistiq media reports that in a statement signed by the Coordinator of the festival, Otunba TJ Abass, the Olu-Epe, and Olu-Epe-in-Council approved the week-long festivity of the 2023 edition to hold between Saturday, July 29th, to Saturday, and August 5th, 2023.

As the radiant dawn of the highly-anticipated festival bathes the Epe community in its vibrant hues, the Coordinator extended an impassioned plea to sponsors and donors, beseeching their generous hearts to join hands in crafting an event that will propel the humble abode onto the global stage.

Otunba TJ Abass believes that the festival is not merely an occasion of local significance but an opportunity for the community to blossom into a beacon of cultural brilliance, an emblem of unity and creative expression that will resonate far beyond our borders.

Epe Kayokayo Coordinator,                  Otunba TJ Abass.

He assures sponsors and donors that by teaming up to support the festival, the phenomenal festival will orchestrate an experience that will capture the world’s gaze, casting a spell of awe and admiration upon the vibrant Epe community while striving to cement its rightful place in the global pedestal.

“This is to inform you that Olu-Epe and the Olu-Epe in council have officially announced Saturday, July 29th to Saturday, August 5th, 2023 as official dates for the 2023 Kayokayo festival. This year’s edition will once again seek to raise the bar by leveraging the platform of the festival for social cohesion, inclusion, and camaraderie.

“Over the past few years, there has been a high degree of intentionality with regard to turning the festival, one of Epe Kingdom’s time-proven cultural activities, to a global brand that would help put the Division on a global pedestal.

“The 2023 edition of Kayokayo will, in accustomed fashion, employ innovative ideas towards taking the festival beyond the realm of a social event to a platform that would imprint a material impact on the lives of Epe indigenes.

“That being said, it goes without saying that none of the lofty goals of this event can be achieved without the contribution of our esteemed sponsors. Kayokayo, in its fundamental essence, resonates teamwork, unity, and togetherness.

“It would require collective efforts towards ensuring that this year’s event delivers on the philosophy of the festival. This is why we have every expectation that you will once again step up to the plate to help us deliver yet another memorable Kayokayo experience.

“Please save the date and be part of the program and conscientious effort to rewrite, recalibrate and project the potential of our community from the prism of our culture,” the statement read.

Having lifted the veil of the festival, revealing a grand celebration that will captivate hearts and souls alike, with bated breath, the entire Epe kingdom embarks upon a journey of cultural splendor and enchantment, guided by the regal hand of the highly revered Olu-Epe, HRM Oba Dr. Shefiu Adewale.

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

I am Kaka Babatunde, a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience in the media industry spans 3 years under @Ekohotblog as a field reporter. I'm a writer, serial volunteer, and community and youth development enthusiast whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos.

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