Festivals

AGADEVI FESTIVAL – HAVE

Significance It is a period to take stock of the past year’s activities whilst development plans are initiated. It is to foster unity among the people of Have and surrounding areas. It is also to mobilize resources for development purposes. 857 Views

DODOLEGLIME FESTIVAL

The festival is celebrated by the Chiefs and people of Ve-Lukusi Traditional area in the Hohoe Municipality.  It is an annual festival celebrated in November every year.It is celebrated like most Akan festivals culminating in a colourful durbar of chiefs on a Saturday.  It is a historical festival marking the escape of the Ve people …

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ZENDO GLIMETOZA

In November, any one of the following settlements i.e. Kpeve, Tsohor, Klikor and Tsibu – Klevinofe, which have blood relations celebrate their annual Zendo Glimetoza on rotational basis. It is a colourful festival and meant to renew their unity and loyalty to each other. Like most festivals, the last Saturday is devoted to a colourful …

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KPALIKPAKPA FESTIVAL OF THE PEOPLE OF WEGBE KPALIME IN THE HO MUNICIPALITY

In November, the chiefs and people of the Wegbe Kpalime area celebrate their annual Kpalikpakpa festival. It is a festival celebrated to remember the valour and historical achievements of their ancestors. It is also to rekindle their ancestral spirit of togetherness among the people and citizens of the traditional area. Drumming, dancing, singing and merry …

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WLI FALLS FESTIVAL

The Chiefs and people of the three communities forming the Wli Traditional Area – Agoviefe, Afegame and Todzi celebrate their Waterfall festival in September. It is a festival to the Almighty God for being kind enough to them by providing a waterfall that is perennial and that provides sources of water for the community. They …

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SASADU FESTIVAL

In October, any of the four communities forming the SASADU: Saviefe, Akrofu Sovie and Alavanyo (on rotational basis) celebrate what is now known as SASADU festival.It is a festival of pomp and pageantry meant to rekindle the fraternal relationship that exists between the four communities who are said to be of the same stock migrated …

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