Nigeria’s national telecommunications company, Globacom, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the people of Mwangu, Plateau State, for the sponsorship of the Puuskaat Festival, an annual event which is celebrated in April.
The sponsorship of the annual festival is aimed at promoting and preserving the rich culture of the people of Mwangu and Plateau State as a whole.
Globacom has been in the fore-front of promoting the rich cultural heritage of the Nigerian people, having sponsored similar cultural festivals including the Ojude Oba in Ijebu Ode, Lisabi in Abeokuta and Ofala in Onitsha.
In his address during the signing, Globacom’s Zonal Business Coordinator, North East, Samuel Ibrahim, said “ as a brand with an authentic African heritage, we have resolved to support any credible endeavour that will promote and celebrate our cultural icons, as we believe that culture has a very profound role to play in the peace and unity of our dear country.”
Also speaking at the event, Amos Iliya Putman, who represented the National President of Mwangu Development Association, said they were excited by the collaboration with Globacom.
Samuel assured the people of Mwangu of Globacom’s continued support and partnership and urged them to avail themselves of the network’s pocket-friendly tariffs and an array of its products and services designed to empower the people.
Guests at the event were entertained by a cultural dance group which showcased some of the activities displayed during the Puuskaat Festival.
(Post From PM News)