By Vera Enenche
Ahead of the December 26 Ogbadibo Cultural Carnival, OGCC, activities are currently in top gears as the D-day draws closer.
This is just as the team, lead by Johnson Agada, otherwise known as Manex has toured every nooks and crannies of the nation to seek blessing and endorsement from well-meaning natives.
OGCC 2016 trained traversed through the four corners of the nation over the week as part of its preparations ahead of the epoch-making event.
The train first landed in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory where Idoma sons and daughters in the city came out emass to welcome the team members.
Various Ogbadibo influencer social clubs all welcomed the and pledged their support to the success of the forthcoming event.
From there, the train halted Makurdi, the Benue State capital where it was also received by Idoma citizens, particularly, Ogbadibite in the city. They all prayed for the success of the event, while pledging their total support.
The train also diverted to oil rich city of Port Harcourt where citizens of the community resident in the state lauded the team for such a great innovation.
Mathias Ameh, who is coordinator for Rivers State took the team round to greet Idoma citizens in the state.
Special prayers were offered at Living Faith church Port Harcourt for the successful hosting of the cultural in the course of the tour-de Rivers.
In PH, Dr Col Audu also endorsed cultural carnival.
Interestingly, Chairman/ CEO Soluojet Engineering limited, Solomon Ocheche indicated interest in the carnival. He promised to support the project.
On his part, music star, Joel Amadi said he would be there live to thrill fans at the show.
Already, branded T-Shirts for the occasion are in circulations nationwide.
Speaking at a recent meeting, the set man, Johnson Agada said all is now set for the occasion. He enjoined all Ogbadibo citizens to come out that day to celebrate the cultural heritage of the land, which has churned out prominent crème de la crème of the society.For Advert: Call 08171607004, 09058228464 Follow us on Twitter @idomavoice, @idomanews Send us releases at firstname.lastname@example.org