The city of Houston kicked off its 3rd annual Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival. In celebration of the country’s 59 years of independence. Watch as members of the community come out to put on a complete display of culture and pride!
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Special thanks to our sponsors:
Wazobia African Market

Special Thanks to Dr. Chris Chinwe Ulasi, Mayor Sylvester Turner, and Mr. Innocent A. Iwejuo, and Linda Anukwuem.

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