By Kupakwashe kambasha (3 mins read)
This year’s UJ International Festival exploded to life at UJ’s APK campus with an outburst of colour, different traditional regalia, cultural displays and mouth-watering cuisines.
As events of the day unravelled, The Open Journal spoke to representatives from some of the countries who explained about their culture, food and traditional wear.
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[SLIDESHOW] Some of the bustling colours at the Festival.
Reporting by Kupakwashe Kambasha; Editing by Gaby Ndongo
Feature image: Nigerian Women flaunt their colourful traditional regalia for the 16th UJ International Festival.
Image courtesy to Conrad Mmotsa
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