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Amb. Adetunji, Others Showcase Africa’s Ingenuity, Culture At Atlanta Superbowl 2019

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Just as a repeat performance of his centennial Olympics ‘96 exhibition “celebrate Africa journey through the ages”, Africa’s foremost cultural ambassador, Chief Tunde Adetunji has opened  a special  Exhibition Africa Heritage  and Horizon  to  promote the rich Africa’s  ingenuity, civilization  and  pride  through  its rich arts, paintings and heritage at the 2019 Super bowl LIII holding in Atlanta, Georgia.

Speaking to African Examiner after declaring the Exhibition opened in Atlanta on Friday Amb. Adetunji, said that the purpose of the Africa for the super bowl special art exhibition is to bridge the gap and build the bridge, promote Sports and culture as inseparable and showcase Africa rich heritage, potential and opportunity to the global community and endorse the true statement. AFRICA MATTERS AFRICA IS THE FUTURE

“Diversity and globalization are the antidote to promote the world order for peace unity, love and prosperity in the 21st century and beyond according to United nations SDG72030 declaration.

“The responsibility of Africans in the Diaspora to make Africa great and contribute our quota to America greatness is nonnegotiable. And this has been the signature tune of Africa Heritage foundation and legacy since the centennial Olympics 96

“Africa art is the vogue in the world today and has created enormous wealth for Europe and America through Museums galleries and promotion of Travel and tourism. For book makers and historians, this special exhibition will also go a long way to endorse a proclamation and resolution presented to Africa heritage foundation a decade ago making Atlanta and the state of Georgia a gateway and epicenter of Africa Potential and  business opportunity to USA.

“If Atlanta Super bowl will go down in history as one of the best ever, This Africa heritage foundation Special exhibition undoubtedly has provided a place of pride and history as foot print on the sand of times.” he explained.


Amb. Tunde Adetunji, US based Africa’s Cultural Ambassador


African Examiner reports that the exhibition is a collaborative effort of Ambassador Tunde Adetunji, Andrey Thompson and other American Artists. The configuration of works includes, Africa   art of the medieval which include, Tapestry, collage, mix media, Acrylic on silk, painting, bronze sculptor and mask. Significantly the cynosure of the exhibition is the spectacular Africa medieval piece 150×80 feet long title BRIDGING THE GAP and BUILDING THE BRIDGE and the Conference and sedentary Parade of Elephants.

The Exhibition features 53 pieces as tribute to make Atlanta Super bowl unique and live up to expectation like the centennial Olympics 96. For any art lover or collector willing to experience Africa rich culture here in USA the exhibition presents a vivid opportunity.

Amb Tunde Adetunji, who said he is on a mission to unite the world, bagged the Phoenix award from the city of Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin and outstanding Georgia citizen award and  recognition from Gov. Nathan  Deal  and former Secretary of  state  Brian Kemp now  Governor  of  Georgia.

He is also the pioneer of Diaspora as the sixth region of Africa and one the most outstanding African personality in the Diaspora whose project both at the united  nations, WIPO and  Africa  union has  secured  a clear  perspective  of creating  and uniting  the  world as  global village  for   unity , love , peace  and  prosperity  despite  race, color and  gender.

The special exhibition also project a special tribute to AFRICA ATLANTA project created a decade ago focusing on Atlanta as the gateway and epicenter and the gateway of the 55 nations of Africa to USA through Hartfield Jackson airport as  the  busiest  airport  and  the  seaport of  Savannah  as  the  largest  container seaport.

The Africa’s super exhibition which also focus on Africa’s image, Africa Matters and Africa is the future christened both the inauguration and departure of President Nelson Mandela, the Centennial Olympics 96 and super bowl 2019 is open  to  the  public  and   will  continue till the end  of  March at  140  Peachtree  and   Apex  museum  Auburn.


Amb Tunde Adetunji, whose work   has carved a niche and positive image and reputation of   History make across the world also seized the opportunity to propagate his campaign on his speaking engagement and forth coming book on BRAIN DRAIN AND BRAIN GAIN lecture  series for  the  world tour.

The success of the Superbowl exhibition also witnessed the Adetunjis delegation prayer and thanks giving service at Turner chapel AME church where he met with Rev Bright who gave a powerful sermon and holy communion for thanks and appreciation to God’s glory.

Amb Tunde Adetunji also said follow up to Super bowl successful exhibition was the inauguration of the first ever Africa museum of cultural anthropology, research   and exhibition and showcase of art of the medieval period, folklore, traditional African  music, food ,  language,  tradition  law  and  custom.


“Our sincere appreciation and congratulation go to God Almighty that makes things possible, the two-finalist team New England PATRIOT and Los Angeles RAM, the   good people of Atlanta and the   state of Georgia. and our fans across the world. We believe our best is yet to come.” He added.

Super bowl 2019 games dubbed “Super bowl LIII” is a huge sporting event and an American football game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams to determine the champion of the 2018 National Football League (NFL) season.


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