The reaffirmation of 178-year-old alliance between the Anlos and Asantes – The Herald Ghana

The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu Ababio, made a historic visit to join the Awoemefia of Anlo, Torgbui Sri III, celebrate the Hogbetsotso festival 2022 and consecrate the alliance established between Asantes and Anlos by their forefathers in 1869.

Other traditional leaders, Kwahuhene Daasebre Akuamoah Agyapong II and GA Mantse King Tackie TeikoTsuru II joined to show solidarity between the Ghanaian kingdoms.

The Vice President of Ghana also graced the ceremony as a sign of respect and acknowledgement of our traditional leader’s key roles in governance.

The chiefs and people of Anlo in Ghana’s Volta region celebrate the Hogbetsotso festival. The festival is held annually on the first Saturday of November in Anloga, the Anlo state’s traditional and ritual capital.

Hogbetsotso is an Ewe word that translates as “exodus festival” or “coming from Hogbe (Notsie).” The festival’s celebration began around four decades ago.

Anloga (capital), Keta, Kedzi, Vodza, Whuti, Srogboe, Tegbi, Dzita, Abor, Afiadenyigba, Anyako, Konu, Alakple, Atsito, Atiavi, Deegodo, Atorkor, Tsiame, are major Anlo towns, celebrating the Hogbetsotso Festival.

The 2022 edition of the Anlo state Hogbetsotso Za drew all Ghanaians from all regional corners to celebrate with the people of Anlo.

The 60th year of the Hogbetsotso Festival has been well celebrated! Miawoe wɔ dɔ!

source: Mawuli Fui Kwadzovia (Communications Specialist & Policy Analyst)

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