New Yam festival! The new Yam festival, also know as the yam festival or the yam harvest festival, is a culture celebration observed in some African countries, particularly in Nigeria and other west African Nations. It is usually held at the end of the rainy season and the beginning of the harvest season, which typically falls between August and October.
The new yam festival is a time of joy, gratitude, and unity. It is an opportunity for people to appreciate the importance of agriculture in their lives and honor the cultural significance of yam as a symbol of sustenance and abundance. It is also a time for reunions, Family gatherings, and strengthening community bonds.
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