Osun declares Monday public holiday for traditional worshippers’ festival
The Osun State government has declared Monday, August 22, a public holiday to mark the annual Isese Day (Traditional Worshipers’ Day).
In a statement Mr. Semiu Okanlawon, the Director, Bureau of Communication and Strategy, Governor’s Office, Osogbo released on Friday, the government announced Monday, August 22, a public holiday to mark Isese Day, a traditional religion worshippers’ festival, also known as “Odun Nla”.
The statement read in part: “The Osun Government wishes to announce that Monday, Aug. 22 is hereby declared a public holiday.
“The holiday is in recognition of the annual Isese Day, which allows the adherents of traditional religion to come together for the annual celebration.”
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