This is an age long ceremony by the Gezawa people.This is a cultural festival performed every four years to mark the transition of young men between the ages of twelve and thirteen years from adolescence to adulthood.
The circumcision feast is celebrated to show that some set of young men has reached the rightful age of Adulthood. Those circumcised are differentiated by the leather skin, wrapped around their waist.
Activities which makes the feast lively includes masquerade display, native songs and dances of all kinds such as the Kyaro war dance, The Takai dance, The Lawurba dance and lots more.
Activities marking the ceremony commence in the month of March every year, while the climax of the event is rounded off in May with a colourful performance by masquerades and sonorous singing by natives of the village.
This ceremony is performed once every four years with a fresh set of boys who have attained the rightful age of manhood.