The first edition of SUP’Africa, a cultural event dedicated to the valuation of the wealth of the African continent, will take place the coming 9th May in Casablanca.
Initiated by the world IT School, SUPINFO, leader in France, this edition will get the participation of thirteen African countries apart from Morocco: Mali, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Togo, Benin, Niger, Chad, and Senegal.
“Our students reflect a multicultural continent that gets its strength from the diversity of origins and numerous talent paths that make it up. Through SUP’Africa, everyone will present his country, traditions and heritage to celebrate diversities. They will be opened to others and learn more of them“, indicated Amine Zniber, managing director of SUPINFO Maroc.
SUP’Africa proposes a colorful program with activities that highlight the specificities of every country, may they be musical, culinary or clothing.
The stands of the participating countries will thus exhibit typical traditional items as well as workshops for hairstyle, make-up and clothing will be organized.
Folk dances, songs and poetry shows, parades in traditional attires and an exceptional tasting of the African cooking typical dishes also appear on the agenda of this event.
Original text by:APA News