Culture

Let’s Explore Western Region III

The Village on Stilt of Nzulezu An amazing village where life goes on in the centre of lake Tadane, just 90km west of Takoradi. The houses are built on stilts, and traditional village life adapts to the watery conditions. The excursion from Beyin involves a walk through the reeds at the lake’s edge, and a trip in a dugout canoe ...

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Let’s explore the Western Region II (Forts)

The population of the region is 1,924,577, constituting about 10 per cent of the total population of the country. With a population growth rate of 3.2, the region’s population is expected to double by 2020. The population is relatively young, with over 40 per cent within the age group 0-14, and a dependency ratio of 88.3 per cent. The population ...

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Let’s Explore The Western Region of Ghana

The Western Region is located in south Ghana, spreads from the Ivory Coast border in the west to the Central region in the east, includes the capital and large twin city of Sekondi-Takoradi on the coast, coastal Axim, and a hilly inland area including Elubo. It is an integrated complex of beautiful safe beaches and African touch beach resorts. It has ...

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Let’s Explore The Northern Region (Damba Festival)

The Damba festival is celebrated by the chiefs and peoples of Nalerigu Tamale and Wa in the Northern region and Upper West Region of Ghana. The name is damba in Dagbani, Damma in Mampruli and Jingbenti in Waali. The festival is celebrated in the Dagomba lunar month of Damba, corresponding to the third month of the Islamic calendar, Rabia al-Awwal. Damba ...

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Let’s Explore Northern Region II

The next time you plan of travelling to the biggest region in Ghana, Northern region, these are places you surely have to visit. You can also decide to go with your family to have a little fun at any of these nice natural environments in the Northern Region. After having the fun and enjoying yourself, you can thank me later. ...

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Let’s Explore The Northern Region

The Northern Region, one of the ten administrative regions of Ghana, a country lying on 0 longitude of the West Africa Coast. Ghanaian hospitality is legendary, the Northern Region is no exception. And so you are welcome to enjoy the scenic natural features, exotic culture and the legacies of a history of the largest region in Ghana.   LOCATION Northern ...

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History Of The Akyem State I

OKYEMAN TE ASE!  OKYEMAN is a traditional area in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Historically, it has been attested that the AKYEMS were one of the first Akan tribes to migrate southwards after the fall of the ancient SONGHAI EMPIRE. The Akyem states, commonly known as “AKYEM MANSA”, consists of three main independent states, all grouped in the Eastern Region, ...

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Festivals In The Eastern Region (Odwira)

The festival is celebrated in Aburi, Akropong-Akwapim,Larteh, Amanorkrom, and Ahwerase in the period of September/October. It significance if the annual thanksgiving to God for his merciful care and protection; customary purification of the land and people by the chiefs and priests for the spiritual and social renewal to face the trials and triumphs of another year; Reaffirmation of loyalties within ...

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Let’s Explore Volta Region (Hogbetsotso)

Hogbetsotso Festival is celebrated by the people of Anlo in the Volta Region of Ghana. The celebration starts in the month of November at Anloga, which is the traditional and ritual capital of the Anlo state. Festival is a day that unfolds Ewe history and brings to play the memories of legendary exodus and heroic acts of men of boldness ...

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Festivals In The Eastern Region (Dipo)

Dipo is a Ghanaian traditional festival celebrated by the people of Odumase in the Eastern region of Ghana. The festival is one of the famous and important festivals in Ghana. The shai and the Ada people alsoperform this rite. The festival is celebrated in the month of April every year. Dipo rites have been practiced since the eleventh century, and their ...

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