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Elated with the activities of the just-ended Hogbetsotso festival in Anlo, Captain Smart commended the event organizers for doing a yeoman's job. The colorful festival brought together prominent traditional leaders and people from all walks of life to witness firsthand the unique culture of Anlos. On Onua Tv this morning, the host sought to clarify the misconception that has lingered on in the minds of a section of Ghanaians that the people of the Volta region are enemies of Akans.
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Festivals are great occasions that unite people with different cultural and religious backgrounds. Within the country, numerous festivals are been cherished and celebrated across the width and breadth of the country with different motives. But there is one most prominent among them which is well recognized and celebrated by the massive and call people from all spheres of life.
Hogbetsotso Za: The Festival Of Anlos
Hogbetsotso Za is the festival of thirty-six clans of Anlos in the southern part of the Volta Region. Hogbetsotso is derived from the word HOGBE OR HOHOGBE, the day of exodus, the moment in time when the ewes in the Dogbo quarter of the walled city of Notsie in Togo escaped from the tyranical ruler King Agorkorli by walking backwards.
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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.
Unique Facts About the Anlo's Hogbetsotso You Need To You.
Hogbetsotso is a festival celebrated by the people of the Anlo tribe of Ghana. It is a festival celebrated in memory of their journey from their origin to their present-day location. The festival is celebrated on the first Sunday of November. The name of the festival is derived from the ewe language and it translates simply as the festival of exodus.
10 Festivals Celebrated In The Volta Region
As with the other regions of Ghana, the Volta Region has its fair share of festivals. These festival are celebrated to remember some occurrence in the past. Examples of such occurrences have been hunger, migration, purification of either gods or stools, etc. The ethnic group from the Volta region are know as Ewes. They have rich culture, beautiful tourist attractions like the Wli waterfalls, Mount Afadja and among others. There are also prominent people from the Volta region who have helped this country (G
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Festival Of The Ewes
The Hogbetsotso festival (pronounced Hogbechocho) is celebrated by the chiefs and people of Anlo in the Volta region of Ghana. Some major Anlo towns include Anloga(capital),Keta,Kedzi,Vodza,Whuti,Tegbi,Dzita,Abor,Afiadenygba,Anyako,Konu,Alakple,Tsito,Atiavi,Deʋegodo,and many other villages. The festival is celebrated annually on the first Saturday in the month of November. The name of the festival is derived from the Ewe language and translates as, the festival of exodus, or "coming from Hogbe (Notsie)".Th
Ewe Facts: Untold Story about the Famous HOGBETSOTSO Festival of the Anlo people.
THE HOGBETSOTSO is an indigenous event held by the chiefs and people of Anlo, which is located in Ghana's Volta region in the south-eastern section of the Eweland. This celebration is held yearly on the first Saturday of November at Anloga, our spiritual home, chief city, and soul of the Anlo state, to commemorate our fourteenth-century escape from Notsie to our current habitation.
Hogbetsotso, a cultural heritage of the Anlo State.
Hogbetsotso is an annual traditional festival celebrated by the Chiefs and people of Anlo, a sub-group of Ewes in the Volta Region on the first week of November.
The Hogbetsotso Festival
The Hogbetsotso celebration (articulated Hogbechocho) is commended by the bosses and individuals of Anlo in the Volta locale of Ghana.
Is the Celebration Of Hogbetsotso Festival Relevant In Modern Ghana?
Hogbetsotso is derived from the word Hogbe or Hohogbe and is literally translated as "the day of exodus". It is a festival celebrated annually(first sunday of November) by the Anloga's of Ghana and commemorates their successful attainment of freedom and escape from the tyrannical Togolese King, Fia Agokoli to present day Ghana. Located in the volta region, the Anloga state is made up of about 36 ethnic groups comprising Abor, Anyako, Keta, Weta, Afife, Flawu, Dzelukorfe, Avenor, Dzodze, Atorkor Asadame Woe,
Hogbetsotso festival:a brief history
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Festivals in Ghana, how they are celebrated and why they are celebrated
A festival is a celebration geered towards the remembrance of past events. The event can happy or sad ones. Ghanaians celebrate so many festivals but the one we are going to look at today is hogbetsotso festival. Hogbetsotso is a festival celebrated by the people of Anlo in the Volta region of Ghana. It is celebrated to remember how the people of Anlo fled from their wicked king of Notsie named Agorkoli in the republic of Benin to present day Ghana. About a week before the festival, people clean the surroundings.
The Anlos And The Hogbetsotso Festival
The people of Ghana's Anlo tribe celebrate Hogbetsotso, a festival.It is a festival commemorating their journey from their origins to their current venue.The festival's name is derived from the ewe language and translates literally as "exodus festival."
Hogbetsotso Festival postponed due to coronavirus pandemic
By Worwui David Hogbetsotso festival is celebrated by the people of Anlo.Since the month which is November has been set for this festival celebration,there was no postponement to any other month until this year 2020 during which the deadly corona virus has come to deteriorate the economy.Due to this,the day for the celebration has been postponed. This postponement was done by the Hogbe Institute.it was done after consultation with the Local Organising Committee of the annual festival. The Board Chairman, Togbi
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Festival can be defined as an event or occasion which is celebrated by a group a group of people to remember past event. It is mostly celebrated by the same group of people mostly annually. In Ghana, various ethnic groups in celebrates their annual festival either to honour their forefathers, usher in new food or to remember great event which occured to the entire group over some time ago.