Otumfour celebrated Awukudae festival in the United Kingdom today.
Every day, people all across the world celebrate a variety of festivals, and Ghana is no exception. When you visit Ghana, you will find a variety of unique festivals held throughout the year. These traditional festivals promote peace and bring people from all walks of life together to celebrate the past and present.
Hon. Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu Receives Blessings From Otumfor Osei Tutu II- Check The Pictures
His Majesty Otumfor Osei Tutu II has blessed Dr Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu the current Majority Leader of Ghana's Parliament representing the Suame Constituency. This was done at the celebration of the Awukudae festival yesterday, the official Facebook page for Manhyia stated. The Majority Leader in Parliament and Member of Parliament for Suame, Hon Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu joined Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in celebrating Awukudae.
The four Akan Sacred Days you probably did not know
Within the Adaduanan (42-day cycle of the Akan Calendar) are found four special days, collectively called dabɔne (sacred days); Fɔdwo, Awukudae, Fofie and Akwasidae.
Great: See What This Seven Year Old Princess Did To Asantehene
To honor a man that has over the period served his subjects and gracefully excelled in his/her place of domain, is always worth it. It is a sound of honor and reverencing when an artwork of a well known personality gets onto the creative pencil artwork of an artistic talent. This has been the efforts made by a young prospect in the pencil art drawings in the country. She made an effort to carve out the image of the overlord of the Asante Kingdom Otumfour Osei Tutu ll. Princess Nana Sarfo, a seven-year-old artist
Know your "Awukudae" and "Akwasidae" in the year 2021 and keep it Sacred
There are two Adae festivals; Awukudae and Akwasidae. The Awukudae means a festival on Wednesday (wukuda). Per the Akan calendar, the Adae is counted nine (9) times in every six weeks (40 days) in a year (Afe)...kyer3 s3 adaduanan mp3n akron. The Awukudae occurs every 40 days or in some cases 42 days and this 40th day must fall on a wukuda. Chiefs celebrate these days and they are sacred days where sacrifices are made for the gods and ancestors. Sub-chiefs also come to pay homage to the occupant of paramount