Eintou writes new story for Ai Bonjay primary school programme

Respect for elders and the environment and the value of hard work are some of the themes explored in the latest dramatic piece written by Eintou for primary school students in the Idakeda Ai Bonjay programme

Respect for elders and the environment and the value of hard work, are some of the themes explored in the latest dramatic piece written by Eintou for primary school students in the Idakeda Ai Bonjay programme.

The piece, based on an original story handed down through generations of Eintou's family, emphasises community, honesty and the sharing of resources to the benefit of everyone.

Students at the Newtown Girls School were the first to enjoy the story today, in addition to another new poem/song celebrating the wonders of our country.

The workshop was conducted by Eintou, supported by Dara doing movement and song and two of the drummers from Chibale, Ajani and Shomari.

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