The Tema Traditional Council has announced that the ban on noise making in the Traditional Area starts from Friday, May 8, and would end on May 29.
Mr Yaw Effah-Baafi, the Deputy Minister of Chieftaincy and Traditional Affairs, at the weekend expressed concern about the high level of moral decay in the Ghanaian society.
Mr Isaac Ashai Odamtten, Tema Metropolitan Chief Executive, has advised the youth of Tema not to use the Kplejoo Festival celebration to embark on immoral, illegal and violent activities.
The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, is to visit the Seychelles Islands in the Indian Ocean, a statement from the Manhyia Palace in Kumasi said on Wednesday.
The Chief Priest of the Ga State, Numo Akwaa Mensah III, has appealed to the people to ensure a peaceful observance of the annual sacred silence rites preceding the celebration of the Homowo festival.
Professor Kwakuvi Azasu, a lecturer at the University College of Education, Winneba, has described customary rites, such as the pouring of libation before and after traditional functions, as a divine right ordained by God.
History, art and culture melted into a huge cauldron of fanfare in Trondheim, Norway as Ghanaian students were joined by some alumni, friends and students from other countries to mark Ghana’s 58th Independence Anniversary.
Mrs Freda Prempeh, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tano North in Brong-Ahafo, has called for the passage of a legislative Instrument (L.I) that will protect and oblige boys to marry girls they impregnate.
Mr Samuel Fleischer-Kwabi, the Suhum Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), has called for unity and support for each other irrespective of tribal and religious differences.
In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Most Merciful NATIONAL LEADERSHIP OF MUSLIMS IN GHANA We, the National leadership of Muslims in this Country, salute you with the salutation of peace, “Asalamu Alaikum Warahmatulillah Ta’ala Wabarakatuh (May the Peace, Mercy and Blessings of Allah