Chale Wote is an art festival celebrated in Accra, James Town to display the talents and skills of the young Ghanaians and to a large extent Africans, to the world. Its main purpose is to support Ghana’s and Africa’s emerging artists in the creative industries, be it arts, music, dance, film, fashion, visual, illustrations, etc.
A festival is an organized set of events such as musical performances or plays, usually happening in one place, or a special day or period, usually in memory of a religious event, with its own social activities, food, or ceremonies: a film/food/music festival.
Rubber slippers of flip-flops are the most popular everyday footwear. We love to be comfortable when we're at home. But every family always exerts effort to maintain their carpets and floors clean by changing your shoes or sandals to slippers when you get home. Then, when these slippers wear out, or one pair becomes lost, it might only end up on a garbage pile. We love to wear rubber slippers when we're at home mostly when we play outside and sometimes, we buy new ones even our old slippers still works perfectly
Known as flip-flop slippers but popularly called Chale Wote in the Ghanaian palence, this footwear serves as a casual ware for many occasions including for the bathroom and outings especially by young guys and hustlers. It is a common knowledge that flip-flop (Chale Wote) does not cost more than Ghc5 but surprisingly, a photo trending online shows a flip flop that costs Ghc4,167 (N280,000). According to a post on Twitter by a handle identified as Naija_PR, a new Louis Vuitton flip-flop slippers aka “Chale