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Adamawa State Deputy Governor Professor Keletapwa George Faurata, says one of the greatest gifts parents can pass on from generation to generation is culture, traditions and values.

Professor Farauta, stated this at the 2024 Annual Mbapur Cultural Festiva held at Mbula Kuli of Demsa Local Government Area on Saturday. 

Mbapur is an annual traditional and cultural festival of the Mbula people aimed at celebrating the prominence and affinity of the people as well as cultural heritage.
The Deputy Governor, Professor Keletapwa George Faurata, while addressing people of Mbula community at the annual traditional festival, tasked parents on the need to keep educating the younger ones on cultural norms and values, as it paves way for societal harmony, economic improvement as well as the physical well being of the community.

According to Farauta, "preserving culture for the future generations plays several important roles in life, hence I call on the indigenous sons and daughters of Mbula community to imbibe the habit of giving back to their community anywhere they found themselves".
Professor Farauta, applauded Murum Mbula, His Royal Majesty Bwaltam Bentley Biyapo for the recent socio-cultural activities, especially those originating from the palace are evidence that the King is not resting on his oars towards reawakening of Mbula cultural and traditional ideals.

History has recorded that the first Mbapur was organised mid 1800s by the then chief priest of Mbula Kuli, Hama Sabba to mourn the death of a distinguished combat horse which was always taking the lead in battles and the calvary always had victory whenever the horse participate in mission.

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