Professor defends libation pouring

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.

NGOs implement project to reduce early/forced marriage

Gender Studies Rights Documentation Center (GSRDC) and MIHOSO International, Non-Governmental Organisations are implementing a project to reduce early and forced marriages among adolescent girls in some parts of Brong-Ahafo Region.

President directs organization of homogeneous festival

President John Dramani Mahama has called for the organization of ‘Homofest’ (homogeneous festival) of the Ga-Dangme chiefs and people to climax their Homowo festival this year.

Re-focus festivals from fanfare to development-DCE

Traditional Authorities have been asked to refocus their festivals from “ordinary annual rituals for historical and fund fare purposes, into effective tools for development”. Mr.

Single mothers need social aid

Hajia Alima Mahama, a lawyer and development consultant, has called for financial and material support for single mothers and female food crop cultivators because they constitute the poorest in Ghana.

Parents urged to restrain anger when correcting children

A police officer has appealed to parents to control their anger and must not go physical when scolding their children to avoid running into trouble with the law.

Ban on noise making in Tema starts on Friday, May 8

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.

MTN Supports Asogli Yam Festival

The Volta Regional Head of Sales and Distribution of MTN, David Woasey has noted that MTN is committed to implementing projects and programmes that would help improve the living standard of people in the various communities across the country.

National Theatre to hold highlife show

The National Theatre is set to hold a highlife live band show as part of Independence Day celebration.

Downpour prevented climax of festival at Senya Beraku

The climax of this year’s celebration of Akomase festival by the Chief’s and people of Senya Beraku Traditional area has been deferred to next year due to the heavy downpour in the area last Tuesday 26th August, 2014.
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