Akwamu State celebrates Akwasidae Kese festival in grand style
This event brought together not only the people of the Akwamu State but also extended its cultural embrace far beyond the geographical boundaries of the traditional area, uniting individuals in a heartfelt celebration of cultural heritage and communal unity.
Prominent traditional leaders, government officials and distinguished members of the Diplomatic Corps graced this vibrant occasion.
Notable attendees included the Chief of Assin Kushea, Nana Pra Agyensaim VI; the Queen mother of Dormaa, Obahemaa Akosua Fima II; the Chief of Obomeng, Nana Effah Pinamang III; and the Dodowa Chief, Nene Tei Kwesi Agyeman.
Also in attendance were the Eastern Regional Minister, Seth Acheampong; Julius Debrah, a former Chief of Staff; and the Member of Parliament for the Area, Thomas Nyarko Ampem.
The presence of these guests underscored the profound significance of Akwasidae Kese as a unifying cultural tradition that transcends boundaries, fostering a profound sense of togetherness and shared heritage among all who gathered to partake in this celebration.