It’s a well-known fact that Ojude Oba is one of the largest festivals that welcomes the gathering of people from different spheres of life. The Ojude-Oba festival is known to the Ijebus as a major festival that brings them together. Ijebu indigenes come from far and wide, home and abroad to pay homage to their king, the Awujale at the stadium opposite the palace.
The attendees who dress in various colorful attires assemble in their different native age grades known as the Regberegbe. They each take turns as a family or household to display their outfits with their different skills in horse riding and other cultural artistries to pay homage to the king.
Rite Foods Limited is never left out at such functions because at the heart of the business/company lies our cultural heritage. Apart from paying homage to the king, which is the custom, Rite Foods Limited provided refreshments to the over 10,000 people who were present at the event from the lineup of Taste Squad. Lots of Rite Foods goody bags were given out to people.
As a form of giving back to the society and in the spirit of the season, Rite Foods Limited revamped the Ita-Ale market close to the palace and also donated electricity generating sets to the traders in the market.
As far as the festival continues to hold, the company will not cease to be a part of the great festival and continue to contribute their quota to the success of the event.
Long Live Rite Foods! Long Live Ijebu land!! Long Live the Awujale!!!
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