Kamo Cultural Festival

Kamo cultural festival is a festival of unity. It is celebrated yearly by Kamo and Awak ethnic groupings in Kaltungo Local Government Area of Gombe State, Nigeria.

This cultural festival which primary aim is to unite the people of the dual ethnic grouping is usually celebrated early months of Gregorian calendar, usually April. It is a lively festival that citizens of the land would like to partake in and anyone who fails to celebrate this festival is considered a sadist.

During the Kamo cultural festival, there are large displays of cultural dances both from male and female folks and other competitive cultural display like wrestling to promote integration.

Daughters of Kamo who are married to both Kamo indigenes and outsiders use the opportunity to visit their homes with their children where they will unite with their brothers and parents to celebrate the festival and discuss other pressing issues affecting the family.

This cultural festival is highly characterised with entertainment and merriments of various kinds.

When & Location

Location:
Gombe State, Nigeria
Date:
00/00/0000 12:00 AM to 00/00/0000 12:00 AM


Contact
Address:
Gombe
Telephone:
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Event Price:
free




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