Africa: Ayade Changes Calabar Festival To African Festival Of Arts And Culture

Ayade Changes Calabar Festival To African Festival Of Arts And Culture In its continued quest to widen the scope of its tourism offerings and enhance greater global participation, Cross River State governor, Senator Ben Ayade, has announced the inclusion of the African Festival of Arts and Culture in this year’s Calabar Carnival calendar. Accordingly, all carnival activities during the annual […]

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Tourism: Olumo Rock, A Tourist Haven

Olumo Rock, A Tourist Haven Recently, Peter Uzoho joined a group of tourists to visit and climb the ancient Olumo Rock in Ikija, Abeokuta North, Ogun State, and reports that the expedition was a pleasurable experience. It was in the evening of Friday, 18 November, 2016, as scheduled, the announcement went round, reminding us that it was time for the […]

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African Festivals: Ga lifts ban on drumming in Accra as Homowo festival approaches

The Ga Traditional Council is set to lift the ban on drumming and noise making in the Traditional Area today. The ban was placed in the Ga traditional area from May 2, 2016. The ban is placed annually in the Ga Traditional Council as part of rites towards the commemoration of the Homowo festival of the Ga people. According to […]

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