Okuapemman Association of USA and Canada (OKUSACA) announces its Annual Odwira/Ohum Festival.
The U.S. Labor Day holiday is here with us once again, and as has been their practice for the past three-plus decades, the sons and daughters of Akuapem and Asuogya will get together to celebrate their annual Odwira/Ohum Festival under the umbrella of the Okuapemman Association of USA and Canada (OKUSACA). OKUSACA is a non-profit charitable organization registered in both the U.S. (501(c)3 status) and Canada. The Association comprises mainly people of Akuapem and Asuogya descent in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It is however open to (and does include) Ghanaians from other parts of the country who identify with the vision/mission of the Association and share its cultural heritage and values. Traditionally, OKUSACA has used the Odwira/Ohum festival to also commemorate and celebrate its founding, and this year is no exception. This year will mark OKUSACA’s 32nd anniversary as a cross-continental body bringing together citizens of Okuapeman, Asuagya and Ghanaians in general together. A great experience of pomp and pageantry awaits you , your family and friends.