The Amankrado of Challa traditional area Nana Gadisa Okonteh has urge all Ghanaians not to forget the legacy, custom and culture Left behind by our Fourth father’s adding that, Ghana and our communities will go higher level if we’re able to protect them.
The month of March has now been set aside to be observed as Ghana month for Ghanaians to observe to promote our local made.
According to the chief, although most Ghanaians are Christmas and other religions and has forgotten the Ghanaian customs for Christ sake.
He advised, we should desist from adoption of foreign culture, saying “it will affect our Children who are the future leaders of our country”
“We all worship God but sometimes you could remember what your grandfather told you about something abominable and anytime you try it you can testify the fact”
He again added that, the youth should learn the Ghanaian traditions practice it and work hard so that together as a country we grow together, leave in peace as our ancestors.
Nana Gidisah Okonteh made this appeal during a traditional homecoming program at Odome in the Nkwanta South Municipality of the Oti Region to welcome some residents returning from other neighboring countries whose generations descend from the Community.
“If we should have respect for our culture and traditions, we don’t need a book or teacher to tell us our attitude now is inhuman,” he added.
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