Culture Fest Saint John is an annual event celebrating multi-cultural and diverse communities. It offers impressive performances, international cuisine and crafts, many entertaining outdoor activities, and live music to help individuals who now call Saint John home understand the city’s different cultures.
Nigeria participated in the event to showcase its diversity. The most populated black nation on earth and the sixth most populous country on the planet. One in five Africans and one in eight black people worldwide is a Nigerian, recognized with Africa’s first Noble Prize award, Olympic gold medal, Grammy award, nominated for an Oscar, renowned scientist, literature giant, and home to the second-largest film industry on the globe enriched with musical legend, whose origins can be found in the dry Sahel of the North, the rich rainforests of the Atlantic coast, the rocky hills of the West with the oil-filled swamps of the Delta, the flat regions of Mambilla, and the huge savannah plains. With river flows from the waters of the Niger and Benue, Springs from the rush of Ikogosi waterfall, Gurara Falls, and the Yankari natural beauties. Famous for its beautify and one of the world’s largest diversity of butterflies
A country with three hundred and seventy one tribes speaking over five hundred and twenty-five languages. Full of laughter of the world’s happiest people, comprising of mothers, teachers, warriors, priests, kings, and beautiful Queen’s, nourished by the crop of the soil, fed by the bounty of the rivers. Sage from an ancient civilization, colorful culture, rich tradition, variety of foods, and amazing heritage, the soul of a Continent, the largest oil and gas producer of its continent, the economic heartbeat of Africa, the Nigerian flag symbolizes natural wealth and peace. At the same time, the Coat of Arms signifies dignity, fertile soil, strength, and national flower.