Cultural Food Festival Season 2- Ekiti Kete Canada makes history again.


Ekiti Kete Canada is a charitable organization dedicated to providing educational, medical, and social support to under-privileged people, particularly children and youths from low economic status parents.  The Canadian based not for profit organization proudly hosted the highly anticipated Cultural Food Festival Season 2. The event took place at the picturesque G-Ross Lord Park, located at 4801 Dufferin Street, North York, Canada. This festival was a celebration of Nigerian culture, showcasing the rich heritage, traditions, and mouthwatering cuisines of the Ekiti people.


The Cultural Food Festival Season 2 was a vibrant and lively gathering that brought together people of all backgrounds to experience the sights, sounds, and flavors of Ekiti culture. The park was transformed into a lively marketplace, adorned with colorful decorations and filled with the enticing aromas of traditional Ekiti dishes.

Attendees were treated to a gastronomic adventure as they indulged in a wide array of authentic Ekiti delicacies. From aromatic jollof rice and succulent grilled corn to flavorful egusi soup and tantalizing pestle and mortar pounded yam, there was something to satisfy every palate. The festival offered a unique opportunity for food lovers to immerse themselves in the vibrant flavors of Ekiti cuisine and experience the true essence of Nigerian culinary artistry.

The Cultural Food Festival Season 2 was not just about food; it was a celebration of Ekiti culture in all its forms. The event featured captivating traditional music and dance performances that showcased the richness and vibrancy of Ekiti traditions by her members who effortlessly brought the spirit of Ekiti to life in Canada.


Beyond the culinary delights and dances, the festival also provided a platform for networking, socializing, and community engagement. Attendees had the opportunity to connect with fellow Ekiti indigenes, as well as members of other communities, fostering a sense of unity and togetherness.

The success of the Cultural Food Festival Season 2 can be attributed to the hard work, dedication, and collaborative efforts of the Ekiti Kete Canada under the leadership presidency of Barrister Adeshina. Through their unwavering commitment to promoting and preserving Ekiti culture, they have created an event that continues to unite, inspire, and educate people from all walks of life.

The festival's impact extended beyond the day itself. It served as a catalyst for cultural exchange and understanding, allowing new members to gain a deeper appreciation for the diversity and richness of Nigerian culture. 


As the sun set on the Cultural Food Festival Season 2, hearts were filled with joy, bellies were satisfied, and memories were created that would last a lifetime. Ekiti Kete Canada, through this event, demonstrated the power of culture to bring people together, celebrate diversity, and create lasting connections.

Looking forward, Ekiti Kete Canada continues to forge ahead, striving to preserve their heritage, share their traditions, and create meaningful experiences for future generations. The representation of the Ekiti Canada at the recently held Yoruba Picnic was a testament to their unwavering commitment and passion, and it served as a shining example of the beauty and resilience of Nigerian culture.