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Badagry Festival bụ mmemme a na-eme kwa afọ na Badagry, obodo dị na Lagos State, Nigeria . Ọ bụ African Renaissance Foundation (AREFO) kwadoroya ya. Ihe omume ahụ gosipụtara mkpa obodo oge ochie dị n'oge oge ahia ohu . Ọ bụ mkpokọta omenala na ngosipụta nke ihe nketa Africa . Onye nhazi ahụ na-ewetara ndị indegine na ndị na-ahụ n'anya omenala si gburugburu ụwa iji mee ememe ahụ. Otu n'ime ihe kachasịkwa pụta ìhè bụ ihe ngosi nka site na masquerades, ndị na-agba egwú, na ndị na-eri ọkụ. Ọ na-egosi asọmpi football, ịkụ Sato drum, na Ememe Ụbọchị nnwere onwe. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8]

A maree ememme ahụ na 1999 iji cheta njedebe nke oge ahia ohu na ihe obodo oge ochie pụtara n'oge ahụ.

Drum SATO bụ egwu onenala a na-akụkarị n'oge mmemme, ọ dị mita atọ n'ogologo ma were osisi asaa na-akụ ya.

Ememme Badagry nke 2015 malitere site na mkparịta ụka nke akpọrọ [9] " Toussaint L'Ouverture : Onye na-akpata mgba maka ntọhapụ nke ndị ojii". A raara nnọkọ ahụ maka ncheta onye mgban we mgbanwe mgbanwe nke Haiti Toussaint L'Ouverture nwụrụ anwụ bụ onye kere mba ojii mbụ na Western Hemisphere na August 23, 1971. [10]

Ihe omume a malitere na 20 Ọgọst wee kwucha na 30 Ọgọst 2015. Ememe a na-emepụta ikpo okwu na Naijiria maka ndị si na mba Afrịka ka ha na ala nna ha jikọọ. [11] Emere ha na Badagry Grammar School, Badagry, Lagos, Nigeria. Ememme a dabara adaba n'August 22 nke UNESCO kwupụta na 1988 dị ka ụbọchị ha ncheta nke ahia ohu na mkpochapụ nke mba ụwa . [12] [13]

Ememme Badagry 2016[mezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ememme ahụ malitere na 23rd ruo 27th nke August, 2016 na mkparịta ụka mba ụwa na Olaudah Equiano . A raara nnọkọ ahụ nye Olaudah Equiano bụ nwa nwoke bụbu ohu nke a tọọrọ mgbe ọ dị afọ 11 ma kpọga ya na Europe bụ onye mechara zụta nnwere onwe ya na 1766. [14] [15] Akụkọ ndụ ya " Akụkọ na-akpali mmasị nke ndụ Olaudah Equiano; ma ọ bụ, Gustavus Vassa, onye Afrika na 1789 ghọrọ onye a ma ama maka ikpughe ya na nkọwa nke ndu na Nigeria na mkpochapụ megide ahia ohu. [16] [17]

Ememme a nwere isiokwu 'Ndị obodo Africa na ọdịnihu nke Africa'. The Administrative Staff College of Nigeria Topo, Badagry e ji mee ihe ọbụna na mbụ. Mana, nnukwu mmemme ahụ mere na Satọde, Ọgọstụ 27th na Badagry Grammar School ma nwee ọtụtụ omenala odinala egwu. [18]

Aha Badagry malitare site na ihe eji ebi ndụ nke ụmụ amaala obodo ahụ, nke gụnyere ịkụ azụ, ọrụ ugbo, ime nnu. Agbanyeghị, ndị ọzọ kwenyere na aha obodo ahụ bụ Agbada, onye ọrụ ugbo amara nki oma, onye ugbo ya bụ Agbadagrimeh, nke ndị Europe mechara kpọọ Badagry. [19] [20]

Na mmalite narị afọ nke 18 Badagry jere ozi dị ka ụzọ maka ndị Europe mgbe a na-ebuga ndị ohu gaa ebe ọhụrụ nke ndị na-azụ ha. Ọ nwere cenotaph "Point of No Return" nke ha pozori obodo Gberefu, bụ ebe a na-agba olulu mmiri ahụ iji hụ na ndị ohu na-aṅụ mmanya chefuru ebe ha na-aga. Na njedebe nke narị afọ nke 18, Badagry bụ otu n'ime ụzọ ndị na-erite uru na agha ugboro ugboro n'etiti Port novo na Dahomey maka mmegharị nke ndị ohu. [21] Achọpụtara Badagry dị ka ebe a na-ere efe maka ndị ohu ejidere n'oge mbaha obodo. [22] N'afọ 1983, Chief Mobee so na ndị isi Africa ndị sonyere na ahia ohu.

Ewuere ụlọ mbụ nwere okpukpu abụọ na Marina, Badagry, na 1845. [23] Ka ọ dị ugbu a, saịtị ahụ na-eche mbibi gburugburu ebe obibi ihu n'ihi enweghị nlekọta nke gọọmentị, yana ọrụ ndị na-akụ osisi na-ere ahịa. Gọọmenti Babatunde Fashola na-agba mbọ ikwalite ebube obodo ahụ amalitela ịrụ ọrụ okporo ụzọ Badagry Expressway, na-ebunye ọrụ Badagry Marina. [24] [25] [22] [26]

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