Tales And Stories From Home Told To Children

About twenty children from 9 to 11 years old met this Wednesday, the 14th of December 2022 at the Library of the Directorate General of the NSIF to listen to the history of our cultures and traditions told to the rhythm of the “Mvet Oyeng” (traditional musical instrument of South Cameroon) by Arsène BEYENE.

 This first edition, rich in colour and filled with excitement, did not fail to capture the attention of the children. It was above all a question of highlighting our societal values through stories such as the “magic whistle” to encourage respect for one's word, “the corn porridge” for solidarity and mutual aid, or “Koulou Tongo” (the ghost woman) for the taste for effort.

Some of the children interviewed at the end of the show thanked the NSIF and requested more of such shows. The next show is scheduled for Wednesday the 4th of January 2023 at 2 p.m.

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