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1400 Clay Street
SEPTEMBER 28 | DOWNTOWN HOUSTON
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

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1400 Clay Street
SEPTEMBER 28 | DOWNTOWN HOUSTON
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Culturally Naija and WeLead request your presence at the 3rd Annual Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival  in honor of Nigerian Independence in Downtown Houston. Houston is home to the largest Nigerian community outside of Nigeria.

Celebrating Nigeria’s 59th Independence will serve to promote and advance the cultural, civic and social welfare of Nigerians, Attendees will witness a rich cultural experience through a street-wide celebration. By joining the festivities, we can accomplish to promote the richness of Nigeria together.

Special Thanks to our past Sponsors and Community Partners: Wazobia African Food Store, REBTEL, Caring Hands of Joy, Zainob& Mathew Create, Umuada Wawa, NICE Refund, Southwest Farmer’s Market, Houston Arts Alliance, Arch Limosine, Unity Bank, BBVA Compass, AfrocentricTv, Prairie View A & M University African Student Association, Afrovibes Radio, Sweetish Studio, Igbo Catholic Community Center, HIT DJ’s, MBCTv, Excel Global Media, Imanuel Way and many others.

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