Kente weaving in Ghana

Bugum-Lobre (Fire Festival)

Bugum-Lobre (Fire Festival)

This festival is celebrated by the Dagombas in the Northern Region. The festival comes off on the ninth appearance of the new moon each year. During the festival fire bands are made from grass and used to chase each other, it is believed that such burns do not cause wounds, this festival provides useful entertainment for the people and helps them to trace their ancestry.

 

 

Borborbor Festival

Borborbor Festival

This festival is celebrated in Kpando  by  the Chiefs and people of Akpini Traditional Area. It is celebrated in the last week of August every year and attracts lovers of music and the citizens of the developments of the district.

 

Boboobo Festival

Boboobo Festival

This festival is celebrated in Kpando  by  the Chiefs and people of Akpini Traditional Area. It is celebrated in the last week of August every year and attracts lovers of music and the citizens of the developments of the district.

Bob-ngo Festival

Bob-ngo Festival

This festival is celebrated in Jirapa by the Chiefs and people of the Jirapa Traditional Area. This is celebrated in the last week of April every year, the festival lifts the taboo or the ban on the harvesting of the Dawadawa crop; Dawadawa was the food for the slaves and slave raiders, without this festival it is a taboo to harvest Dawadawa.