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MTN Nigeria says it will continue to promote indigenous arts and culture as it had done in the past.

Richard Iweanoge, the General Manager, Brands and Communications, Marketing and Strategy of the company, disclosed this to our correspondent Lagos on Friday.

He said that the promotion of Nigeria’s rich cultural heritage was part of MTN Nigeria’s corporate social responsibility to the Nigerian public.

Iweanoge said that MTN Nigeria had co-sponsored laudable initiatives such as “Fela and the Kalakuta Queens’’ stage play and the African Drum Festival and others in the past.

It would continue to promote the sector as it had been doing in the past, he said.

Iweanoge said that the nation had a rich in cultural diversity which was the main reason why MTN Nigeria decided to collaborate with others to promote it.

He also said that the festival held in Abeokuta recently showcased the country’s rich cultural-heritage.

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