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. 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 from Notsie in Togoland. A grand durbar of chiefs is held on a Saturday to commemorate the day.

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