African traditions and culture must be safeguarded – Bayo AlawiyeMarch 4, 2019
African traditions and culture must be safeguarded – Bayo Alawiye
African traditions and culture…In a cutting edge world where indigenous African societies, conventional convictions, and practices are step by step getting to be terminated, Nollywood actor cum maker, Bayo Alawiye, is still of the conviction that African customs are a vital part of our all-out presence as Africans, which is the reason he shared this confidence in his new movie, The King’s Cross.
Talking about the message of the movie in a visit with Showtime Bonus, Bayo clarified why African conventional convictions must be protected.
“Conventional African convictions can’t be tossed into the drains since they need in statement ‘logical legitimacy’ or conceivable thinking. These convictions are cherished in the general population. It is a piece of their everyday living.
It resembles asking Christians not to have confidence in Jesus and restoration. That is absurd I hear you state yet that is a similar way an adherent of African standards and convention will feel in the event that you let him know or her that the idea of resurrection or Ogbanje is false. Disclose to me what science says about God.
The conviction arrangement of individuals is their quintessence. When that is lost, the general population are lost”, he said. Coordinated by Bayo Alawiye, The King’s Cross which is set to hit film screens crosswise over Nigeria from March 2019 has an excellent cast including Bayo Alawiye, Omowunmi Dada, Dele Odule, Monica Friday, Funke Kate Adepegba, Gbenga Richards, Joseph Jaiyeoba, to make reference to a couple.