MOSOP Holds 28th Ogoni Day Celebration, Saturday Jan. 4
MOSOP Holds 28th Ogoni Day Celebration , Saturday, Jan. 4
- To Honour Deserving Personalities
- Calls for Commitment to Justice, Peaceful Co-existence
The Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, MOSOP, will on Saturday, January 4, celebrate this year’s special day for the Indigenous people, here referred to as ‘Ogoni Day Celebration’.
The event, which is the 28th convocation, organized by the people of Ogoni, under the auspieces of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, MOSOP, will take place at the famous Birabi Memorial Grammar School Play Ground, Bori, in Ogoni, by 10am prompt.
In a statement issued by the 2020 Ogoni Day Planning Committee, jointly signed by it’s Chairman, HRH, Chief Stephen Kpea and Chaiman, Publicity Sub-Committee, Sunny Zorvah, highlights of the event include Award Presentations, Cultural Display, Special Message by the MOSOP President, Comrade Legborsi Pyagbara, to the good people of Ogoni, peoples of the Niger Delta and minorities across the world.
Meanwhile, in his pre- event speech, on this year’s Theme, ” The Ogoni Renaissance: The Challenges and Prospects of Economic and Social Relativism”, the MOSOP President, Comrade Legborsi Saro Pyagbara, called on the people to recommit themselves to the ideals of the Ogoni struggle for justice and to embibe the spirit of positivity and rejuvenate the culture of peaceful coexistence.
The 2020 Ogoni Day Celebration will be attended by great sons and daughters of Ogoni, distinguished personalities from across sub Saharan Africa, representatives of the international Communities, frontline human rights activists and other supporters of the struggle for justice from all over the world.
MOSOP, therefore, invites everyone to be part of this great and memorable event as it redefines the economic and social challenges and prospects of the people.
Publicity Secretary, MOSOP.
Friday, January 3, 2020.