Source: GhanaWeb Team
In line with our vision and resolve to enhance our content and foster global conversation about the role of African culture and doctrines, Ghanaweb.com would like to inform our cherished readers of our introduction of the Bibini4gh blog .
The blog aims to promote Africa’s legacy and tell inspiring stories about the continent, particularly Ghana.
Edited by seasoned African writer, Veronica Penlope Onuman, the blog would also contain contemporary African poems, proverbs and some of the fascinating Ghanaian “Ananse” stories.
As always, comments and observations would be welcome as we take readers down the memory lane of culture and traditions.
The main aim of the blog is to project Ghana’s enviable rich culture and traditions to world.
Ghana, like most other African nations, has rich traditional cultures that differ from one ethnic group or tribe to the other. This diversity of our traditions is evidenced by the plethora of festivals and languages.
It is believed that Ghana has a festival every month of the year, and each one observes a rite of passage and a change of season.