Significance It is to mobilize both human and material resources of Avenorfedo Traditional area for wealth creation. It serves as an annual stocktaking event for all occupational endeavors especially farming It is to foster unity through forgiveness and reconciliation It is to give thanks to God, the gods, and ancestors for a bumper harvest and …
In August the Chiefs and people of Liati-Wote celebrate their Tsikeke Festival. It is a festival to thank the Almighty God for being kind enough to them by providing them
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 a rotational basis.
The Chiefs and people of the three communities forming the Wli Traditional Area – Agoviefe, Afegame, and Todzi celebrate their Waterfall festival in September.
This is celebrated two weeks after the Anlo – Ewes celebrates Hogbetsotso festival (weeklong festival climaxing on the first Saturday of November), their cousins, the same Ewes celebrate their Keta – Sometutuza at Agbozume, their traditional home.
The chiefs and people of Worawora who are Akans celebrate Akwantutenten festival. It is celebrated between mid-September and early October every two years. This festival is to commemorate the exodus of the people of Worawora from Ashanti-land to their present abode. A ritual of pacification and cleansing of all eleven stools and shrines is done …
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.
In November, the chiefs and people of the Wegbe Kpalime area celebrate their annual Kpalikpakpa festival. It is a festival celebrated to remember the valor 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-making …
As the name implies, the festival is centered on the harvesting of rice so it is a harvest festival. It is celebrated at Vane, the Traditional capital of the Avatime people.
In October, any of the four communities forming the SASADU: Saviefe, Akrofu Sovie, and Alavanyo (on a rotational basis) celebrate what is now known as SASADU festival.