Rubadiri Victor

EMBRACING EVENT: Cultural activist Rubadiri Victor

ANY opportunity for local artists to interact with their regional peers should be openly embraced, says cultural activist Rubadiri Victor.

“To interact with our regional creative brothers and sisters is important, especially when we get a chance to see each other’s work, converse and debate and get a chance to collaborate,” the enthusiastic thespian said on Thursday.

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