The Ga Asafoatse, Nii Tetteh Okujeituo III, has commended the Chiefs and people of Gamashie for celebrating this year’s Homowo peacefully.
He said the enthusiasm with which the people participated in the celebration shows the people’s respect for culture and their readiness for development.
The Homowo festival is an annual occasion celebrated by the Ga’s which signifies hooting at hunger.
Nii Tetteh Okujeituo III said this in an interview with Westafrica24.com in Accra called for love and unity among the people, particularly the Chiefs of Ga Mashie.
“Let us put the past behind us and love one another. Unity is strength and it is the surest way to build community,” he added.
He also asked for God’s blessings and wished the people good health, long life and prosperity.
Nii Tetteh Okujeituo III expressed his joy for the peaceful celebration and asked that such serenity continues in future festivals.
He also used the occasion to appealed to the youth to be disciplined and respectfulas well as do away immoral and worthless passions.
By: Paul Mamattah