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The Ga Traditional Council (GTC) Has Revealed That It Has Rolled Out Series Of Policies Towards Its Celebration Of The Homowo festival.

The Ga Traditional Council (GTC) has revealed that it has rolled out series of policies towards its celebration of the Homowo festival which there would be fasting and praying for peace, unity and tranquility for the country.

This would occured during the period of its annual placing of ban on drumming and noise-making in the traditional area which has been officially set to commence from May 9 to June 9, 2022.

The Paramount Chief of the Ga Traditional Area, King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II has therefore called for peace and tolerance during, before and after the celebrations.

Addressing the press in Accra, he reiterated the need for institutions within the Ga state, to celebrate this year’s Homowo festival in peace and harmony, devoid of violence.

The one-month-long ban according to the Paramount Chief is a custom that precedes the celebration of the Homowo festival of the chiefs and people of Ga Mashie.

The Ga Mantse urged the youth with emphasis to remain calm and disassociate themselves from any form of violence during the celebrations.

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