According to the Remo Youth Day Organizing Chairman, Comrade Gbolade Sesan, the new logo has two colours — ORANGE which represents optimism, confidence, enthusiasm, warmth, and agreeableness, while RED which represents displeasure, anger and aggressiveness of the Youths towards social vibes.
The colors distinctively in a summary, demonstrate the bold steps the Association is making towards leading the struggles to unifying the Youths across Remo.
The Day 6th edition is expected to be celebrated in December 2023 with a variety of events.
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In a memo sent to The Eaglesforesight today, the chairman, 2023 Remo Youth Day edition, Mr Sesan said, the primary objective of this year 2023, 6th edition of the day is to provide a platform to showcase the rich cultural heritage of the Remo people of Ogun State.
He said, the day would surely expose the world to the rich potentials of the Remo culture and its positive effects on business investment and tourism.
He listed some of the activities to include: Press Conference, Community Day Service, Novelty Match, Remo Youth Day, Dinner/Award Night, Jumat Service, Sunday Service.
He stressed that the day would have participants from across the three local governments and some other personalities across Ogun, Lagos and Abuja as guest participants.
Also, the Remo Youth Association Chairman, Comrade Yaya Onagbesan said, the executives will work closely with the committee.
He called for support from all Remo indigenes, philanthropists and politicians across the three Local Governments; Sagamu, Ikenne and Remo North.