By Victor Gotevbe & Ikenna Asomba, reporting from Sacramento, California

Sunday, February 25, 2018, was a Day of Honour for the Chairman, Prince Kazeem Eletu Odibo Foundation, Amb. (Dr.) Prince Kazeem Eletu Odibo; Principal, Grant High School, California, Darrius Hinson; Ifa Traditionalist, Chief Lanre Okemuyiwa and famous African-American Percussionist/Master Drummer, Kamau Mensah, as they were honoured by the FAFAS Earth Mothers Foundation, in Sacramento, California, the United States.

Prince Eletu Odibo and other honorees were honoured at a session held at Grant Union High School, Sacramento, California, to commemorate the #BlackHistoryMonth2018.

Organised by the Founder, FAFAS Earth Mothers Foundation, H.R.L. Yeye Oba Omooba Princess Ifabunmi Adefunmi, Founder, the Fafa’s Earth Mothers, the event saw the presentation of talks for the appreciation of the African culture and identity, campaign against human trafficking and modern day slavery, as witnessed recently in Libya.

The Black History Month, also known as the African-American History Month seeks to remember important people and events in the history of the African diaspora.

In the United States, the Land of the Brave and Great Opportunities, the Black History Month is commemorated annually in February.

The Team comprising of Victor Gotevbe (Publisher/Editor-in-Chief) and Ikenna Asomba (Editor), were on ground to give a wider coverage to the event.

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