The NIGERIAN CHILDREN CULTURAL HERITAGE (NCCH) is set to organize DECEMBER WITH CELEBRITIES themed BETTER CHILD, GREATER NATION in the heart of Surulere.
This year’s edition is fully loaded with lots of exciting activities such as Team Competition; Inter School Competition; Art Competition and Exhibition; Prize giving; Skills Acquisition; Food Exhibition; Cloth Exhibition; Dance,Drama, Drumming; Family Fun fair; Celebrity Appearance; Motivational speech; End of the Year party and lots more.
It will also feature an Online Challenge #myfavouriteindigenouscelebrity. The categories are: My favourite Actor/ Actress; My favourite brand; My favourite Politician; My favourite Bank; My favourite Musician.
For Students, Schools and Parents who want a rich and memorable December experience for the whole family, this is where to be. Because at NCCH we believe in catching them young so as to imbibe cultural values and awareness in the Children and Society at large.
We believe in the importance of Nigeria’s indigenous languages and the role Children have to play in Nation building. Therefore Children should not be relegated to the background, they need to be well nurtured now for a greater Nation.
According to the Director of Nigerian Children Cultural Heritage, Oluwakemi Fanimokun, the NCCH is working with our Team members, Volunteers and Partners to ensure that our Children end 2022 on a memorable and creative note to showcase their skills and develop their talents.
Fanimokun calls on the Government, Schools, Parents and well meaning Nigerians to support this initiative to empower the younger generation for a better Nation through indigenous Arts and Cultural appreciation.
The Competitions are open to Children between the Ages of 5 to 20 years old. The 1 week long event is scheduled for 16th – 22nd December, 2022 in Surulere, Lagos. There will be cash prizes and other amazing prizes for the Children.
DECEMBER WITH CELEBRITIES is a cultural family fiesta to showcase Nigeria’s rich culture and talent discovery in Children to encourage indigenous languages and foster national unity amongst our Children.