Kiriji War goes on stage, to unite Yoruba, revive history

The stage performance detailing Kiriji, the epic Yoruba war experiences in the nineteenth century and listed as one of the longest civil wars in human history, will light up South-West Nigeria in the next few months.
The project put together by Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) and Legendary Productions, an international art and culture concern has a renowned stage director, technician and former president of National Association of Nigerian Theatre Arts Practitioners, Abiodun Abe as director of the project.
Kiriji, will draw at least fifty top artistes from across the world with over ten thousand other participants at various levels.
The project would see artistes camp for months, as well as lead to the establishment of the first Yoruba Museum of War History.