The rich culture of our land is gradually being eroded by western and foreign cultures and this must be put in Check urgently, this assertion was made by Robert Martins Eze during the end of the year cum new yam festival of the people of Ozuitem in Bende LGA Abia State residing in Abuja.
Robert Martins Eze who as the chairman of the occasion adviced the present generation not to allow the culture of History, Dance, forklore, music etc of the land to die with them but to ensure it is bequeathed to the coming generation.
He used the opportunity to thank God for sparing the lives of the members of the community in Abuja through out 2018 and pray God to continue to bless them.
Another illustrious Son of the Community Barr. Azubuko Joel Udah, Deputy Inspector General of Police (RTD) on his part charged the people to continue to be good ambassadors of Ozuitem and also urge them all to get involved politically in order to attract development to the area.
Speaking further, Sen. Mao Ohuabuwa Senator Representing the Area in the Red Chambers described Ozuitem as his second home and promised to attract more development if elected for another term.
The highlight of the event was the display of the rich cultural heritage of the Ozuitem people via cutting of yam and cultural dance led by Chief James Ijioma (Arusi)
The event was well attended by all sons and daughters of Ozuitem extraction within Abuja and neighbouring states.