Last night, Entertainment Journalist Zion Felix stayed throughout to stream live on Facebook as the African Cup of Nations trophy arrived at the Kotoka International Airport. Per the organisation rules, the cup will tour all the African countries before the commencement of the tournament. As usual, there were some traditional drumming and dancing.
It appears that the Ghanaian LGBT community isn't stopping their fight to kill Ghana's anti LGBT bill initiated by Honorable Sam George. Yesterday, they took their fight to a different level after they boldly stormed the Ghana's High Commission in United Kingdom with Adowa and Kete dance ensembles.
Kumawood Actress famously known as Sandra Adu aka Borga Sylvia earlier this year revealed that she was a twin after sharing photos of her lookalike twin sister who has a close resemblance of her with no difference.Borga Sylvia and her Twin sister Borga Sylvia made this revelation whiles celebrating her birthday together with her lookalike twin sister.
This hit Adowa song composed purposely for Reverend Obofour entitled Apuuutorrrr has become a household music for all. On people's status, social gatherings and more you can hear the song been played. The woman has opened up on how she came into the limelight. Many people thought and felt Reverend Obofour made her a star. But in an interview with Show boy on TV, Maame Ode indicated that she started with her fame at Age 6 when she started dancing at Funerals and big gatherings. Her parents then sent her to one
The majority of people refer to her as Adwoa Smart, but do you want to know something?Belinda Naa Oku is Adwoa Smart's real name.Isn't it a lovely name?Adwoa Smart grew up in Accra, Ghana's Greater Accra Region.The majority of people, including myself, we're introduced to her through movies.
The Ghanaian actress and TV personality Afia Schwarzenegger never ceases to entertain her fans. The actress who adorns her twins so much and has vowed not to allow any of them get married to a Ghanaian lady stated later that any lady found with her sons have nothing to do with them.
There over 70 ethnic groups in Ghana.Each of these ethnic groups have their unique way representing their culture wherever they find themselves.The first ethnic group to settle in Ghana was the Guans.After their settlement, many other groups followed from places like Seychelles, Nigeria and many more.
The leader of the Ashanti Kingdom Otumfuor Osei Tutu has display his dancing skills in a video circulating online.The King was in a black Attire surrounded by his linguist holding a huge umbrella whiles he dances the Adwoa dance in the midst of the crowd .The Adowa dance is a sign of expression that allows performers to communicate their emotions and feelings through their hands and feet. There are different hand movements The Adwoa dance is mostly dance by royals in Ghana and also Adowa is a dance by the
There are over 70 ethnic groups in Ghana and each of these group have their own unique traditional dance style. That means there are over 100 traditional dances in Ghana alone. Before that, remember to tell your favorite in the comment section below. Today we are looking at 10 amazing traditional dance styles from Ghana in West Africa.
Adowa is a dance by the Akan people of Ghana.It is a popular traditional dance in Ghana and it is performed at cultural ceremonies like festivals, funerals, engagements, and celebrations.
Follow me for more educative articles. Ghana is blessed with great and beautiful women who are endowed with knowledge and power. Irrespective of some ladies who seems to punch wholes in the uniqueness of womanhood. The beauty of a woman is classified in so many attributes, it is seen in how she carries herself, how she talks, and many more. A very beautiful talented lady by name Patricia Obaapa Adepa Bani, was seen in a recent video, adorned and dressed as a Queen Mother, sends a message to the King of the Ashanti,
Have you ever sat down to think of the origin of certain things.Are you aware that various traditional dances have history behind them?Oh, yes.They do have unique history behind them.
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The glory of chieftaincy in Ghana have been restored in a grand style by the great King of Asanteman, Otumfour Osei Tutu ll.He is a celebrated King all over the world and not only the Ashantis and Ghana.He is nicked King Solomon because of an in depth display of his wisdom.
From the time acient beyond memory, dance has been one of the common ways of expressing oneself.Dance as in our daily lives is used to express happiness, sorrow, pain, history among others.
The controversy of the meaning of gestures during Adowa and Kete performance has become a bone of contention.
A video that has been circulated on all social media platforms saw Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi with King Promise at the airport as he was being welcomed to the country with an "adowa can'te". It has been in the news that the famous player came to Ghana for the summer holidays after a successful season.
This hit Adowa melody created deliberately for Reverend Obofour entitled Apuuutorrrr has become a family music for all.On individuals' status, get-togethers and more you can hear the tune been played.Presenting Reverend Obofour to the world, she showed that Reverend Obofour is the main liberal man on earth.
There are over 70 ethnic groups in ghana and each of these ethnic groups have their own unique traditional dance. That means there are over a hundred traditional dance in ghana. The traditional dance styles you're about to know today are the real deal. Four out of every five Ghanaian could perform any of these dance with ease. In no particular order, we are taking a tour around ghana as we take a look at 10 of the most popular traditional dances in the country. Remember to tell us your favorite in the comment