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LIFESTYLE

Here Are The List Of Festivals In Ghana

Traditional leaders in Ghana celebrated festivals with their people according to their tribes or cultures for many good reasons, often these festivals are held because of occurrence In their histories. For Instance, of such occurrences are migration, purification of gods or stools etc., and these festivals are organized every year.

  5 months ago ago
Here Are The List Of Festivals In Ghana

LIFESTYLE

TV3 Presenters Shakes The Internet With Their Homowo Festival Cultural Dressings

The month of August is one of the most important months for the Ga people of Ghana. This is because it is the month that their well-cherished festival Homowo festival is celebrated. This festival is one of the most followed festivals in the whole country. It is so significant to the Ga people and the of Ghana because it is the month that their culture and heritage are displayed.

  10 months ago ago
TV3 Presenters Shakes The Internet With Their Homowo Festival Cultural Dressings

TRAVEL

Homowo Festival Celebration amongst the People of Teshie and its vicinity prevails a comeback scene

Just as it happens, the people of Teshie and it's environs in Accra Ghana, displays a hungry Homowo festival, who could not keep up indoors. The street of Teshie, is in flames of Homowo Festival Celebration, unless you witness a vivid Homowo Celebration, in this time of Coronavirus. Covid-19, could not wipe the joy of the faces of GA people, unless you witness a vivid Homowo Celebration today" you would not probably miss it! All family heads sprinkle the "kpokpoi" in their family house. The celebration includes

  1 year ago ago
Homowo Festival Celebration amongst the People of Teshie and its vicinity prevails a comeback scene

TRAVEL

Know the Festival celebrated in your area and its importance

Ghanaian festivals are a colourful and vibrant part of the culture. Each year festivals and durbars are held in various parts of the country to celebrate the heritage of the people. Throughout the year festivals and durbars are held in various parts of the country for reunion, development purposes and to strengthen beliefs of society. Most people believe that festivals help them forge close bondage with their ancestors and ask for their protection. Festivals are also held in order to purify the whole state

  2 years ago ago
Know the Festival celebrated in your area and its importance

ECONOMY-FINANCE

All you need to know about the Homowo Festival celebrated by the Ga

The word Homowo (Homo – hunger, wo – hoot) can mean “to hoot (or jeer) at hunger” in the Ga language.

  1 year ago ago
All you need to know about the Homowo Festival celebrated by the Ga

TRAVEL

Top Ghanaian festivals you can add to your wishlist in your travel diary to attend.

Ghana is part of the nations in African continent with a vibrant and colourful festivals. It forms an intrinsic and important part of our Ghanaian culture and they are celebrated every year in various parts of the country as part of the heritage of Ghanaians. Ghana has many traditional festivals. The Ghanaian festivals erupt with remarkable cultural and historical propensity. Art, food and music festival comes with creative dynamism, outstanding local taste and exciting rare rhythms. Here are our top selections.

  1 year ago ago
Top Ghanaian festivals you can add to your wishlist in your travel diary to attend.

LIFESTYLE

All you need to know about the Homowo Festival celebrated by Ga’s

The celebration of the Homowo festival involves the entire Ga ethnic group in Accra and involves a great deal of arts.The arts are actively and inseparably interwoven in the festival.

  1 year ago ago
All you need to know about the Homowo Festival celebrated by Ga’s

LIFESTYLE

Here’s why the Ga traditional council issues a month long ban on drumming and noise-making in Accra

Each year, the Ga Traditional Council imposes a month-long ban on drumming and noise-making, mainly either in May or June.The ban, historically, coincides with seed planting before the May rainy season.According to historical records, the ban on noise making and drumming is imposed because it is believed that the noise will keep away the beneficial gods and interfere with the germination of the see.

  1 year ago ago
Here’s why the Ga traditional council issues a month long ban on drumming and noise-making in Accra

LIFESTYLE

Know Your Culture: All The Details Of Homowo Festival Are Here

A festival is an event ordinarily celebrated by a community and centering on some characteristic aspect of that community and its religion or cultures.There are a lot of festivals in GHANA and the Homowo Festival is one to cherish in our dear nation Ghana.

  1 year ago ago
Know Your Culture: All The Details Of Homowo Festival Are Here

LIFESTYLE

How The Homowo Festival Is Celebrated

Homowo is a collect celebration celebrated by the Ga individuals of Ghana.The celebration begins in the period of early June and August with the planting of yields (predominantly maize and sweet potato) before the blustery season begins.

  1 year ago ago
How The Homowo Festival Is Celebrated

LIFESTYLE

Homowo Festival: a brief history

Hey guys….thanks for clicking on my article.Kindly click on the follow button beside my media name to enjoy more educating and entertaining articles from me.Most of us are familiar with the popular Homowo festival celebrated by the Ga people but do you know its history?

  1 year ago ago
Homowo Festival: a brief history

COVID

10 arrested in Teshie for breach of President’s directive

The Ghana Police has arrested some ten (10) persons in Teshie, a suburb of Accra, for flouting the President’s directive regarding public gathering and celebrations of festivals. The directive which was given during President Nana Addo’s second (2nd) Address to the Nation regarding the outbreak of Corona Virus stated that festivals among other public gatherings are banned in accordance with the Imposition of Restrictions Act, 2020 (Act 1012). Some of these restrictions has since been eased whiles the ban

  1 year ago ago
10 arrested in Teshie for breach of President’s directive

CRIME

Two people shot dead during Abossey Okai Homowo festivity

The Kaneshie Police are endeavoring to disentangle the conditions that prompted the shooting of three men at Abossey Okai during the festival of the Homowo Festival in the region last Saturday.  Two of the men passed on while accepting treatment in emergency clinic, while the third individual, who supported serious shot injuries, is still on affirmation.  His condition is supposed to be exceptionally basic.  Perished recognized  The perished have been recognized as Mohammed Isaka, a 27-year-old butcher at

  1 year ago ago
Two people shot dead during Abossey Okai Homowo festivity