These performers will be performing three different traditional games. One will be performed by the girls and two will be performed by the men.
The girls traditional game is called, ‘Ibibo.’ The men’s games were called, ‘E-T-beb’ and ‘Kruduga.’
These traditional games are unique to Nauru and depict their cultural way of life to honour warriors and important occasions.
Head of the performers Mr Norman said they are looking forward to performing live at different venues throughout the two weeks festival.
“We have seventeen members in my group, consisting of both girls and boys. My group will be concentrating only in these traditional games which are unique to us. We look forward to entertain everybody during this festival and call on the public to come and see for yourself what we from Nauru come to give you,” Mr Norman said.
Norman’s group is only a unit of the 100 Nauruan delegations for the festival event.
Meanwhile the Nauru delegation has also expressed their appreciation for the very warm welcome given to them by our country.
By Daniel Namosuaia
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