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                                MARCH CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Njuwa Festival

Oke’Badan Fsetival

 Orisa Popo Festival

 Gelede Festival

 Iseri Olofin Egungun Festival

 Ganun Town Agemo Festival

 Eroho (Owu Ikija) Fsetival

 Olousa Odua (Ijebu-Ife) Festival

 Ogodu Ilusin Festival

 Agemo-Imuku Festival

 Obirin Ojowu Festival

 Oro (Idofo) Festival

 Oro Asakaniran (Ibese) Festival

 Lisabi Day Celebration

 Opuaduno Lake Fishing festival

Khombalta/Shadi Festival

 Mba Festival (march-April)

Tiwie Festival  (march-April)


Ekpe Outings Festival  (march-April)


Ogani Festival  (march-April)

 Oluwo Festival  (march-April)


2 Days








120 Days


 Bata-Ruganye, Yola, Adamawa State.

Ibadan, Oyo State.

Ogbomoso, Oyo State.

Ado-Odo Ota, Ogun State.

 Ifo, Ogun State.

 Ifo, Ogun State.

 Ijebu East, Ogun State.

 Ijebu East, Ogun State.

 Ogun Water Side, Ogun State.

 Ijebu North East, Ogun State.

 Ijebu-Ode,Ogun State.

 Yewa North, Ogun State.

 Yewa North, Ogun State.

 Abeokuta South, Ogun State

 Akedeowei, S. Ijaw, Bayelsa State.

 Hona-Ga’anda, Gombi, Adamawa State.

 Kilba People, Hong, Adamawa State.

Kilba People, Hong, Adamawa State.


Uruan and Oron, Akwa Ibom State.


 Ankpa/Idah, Kogi State.

 Agbaja, Kogi State.


Annual fishing festival.












It is a thanksgiving and initiation festival.

This is an initiation festival adulthood.

 Funeral festival associated with libation, incantation and sacrifice to the ancestors which involved drumming, singing and dancing.

 A feast for protection of farm crops and domestic animals. They are displayed by beautiful masquerades.