Major Festivals IN GHANA (June)

Asafua Festival
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Is celebrated by the people of Sekondi, in the Central Region in purification of the divinity of Asafua.

Ahumkan Festival
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A celebration in which the local population of Akim-Kibi, in the Eastern Region to reaffirm their loyalty to their chieftains.

Gyeprem Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Fafo, in the Volta Region and marked by a durbar of thanksgiving for an abundant harvest and a year of peace.

Ahobaa Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Enyan-Kakraba-Saltpond, in the Central Region for obtaining the benediction of the ancestors.

Kete Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Sekondi, in the Central Region in honour of the Kete-Kyen fetish.

Ebisa Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Sekondi, in the Central Region in honour of the fetish of the same name.

Kli-Adzim Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Agbozume, in the Eastern Region in honour of the local divinity.

Ahoba Kuma Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Abura, in the Central Region.

Apiba Festival

Is celebrated by the people of Senya Beraku, in the Central Region.

Nkyidwo

A very important festival celebrated annually by the people of Essumeja, in the Ashanti Region to commemorate their birth or how their ancestors emerged one Monday night from a hole in the ground followed by a dog and lion amid drumming, dancing and other activities. The gods are invoked for blessing, protection and prosperity of the people.