Samini, Wulomei, and Others Join Public Service Workers at Feast Ghana

By Majesty 3 Min Read

The 2024 Feast Ghana edition brought together public sector personnel and iconic singers for a day of celebration, food, and music in a colourful exhibition of Ghanaian culture.

The concert, which featured performances by legendary musicians like SAMINI, Great Ampong, Kaakyire Kwame Appiah, and Naa Amanua of Wulomei, best represented Ghana’s rich cultural legacy.

Over three thousand workers from various public service institutions attended Feast Ghana, which was organised by the Ghana Tourism Authority in partnership with the Public Service Workers Union of the Trades Union Congress (PSWU of TUC), the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, and the Queen Mothers Foundation.

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The event, which took place on May 1, 2024, in the Accra International Conference Centre’s Forecourt, sought to give attendees a comprehensive introduction to Ghanaian food, music, and dance.

The Ghana Tourism Authority’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Akwasi Agyeman, praised the organisers for their attempts to showcase Ghanaian cuisine, music, and dancing.

He underlined how crucial occasions like Feast Ghana are to developing domestic travel and promoting the uniqueness of the nation’s cuisine.

During a press briefing at the event, Dr. Akwasi Agyeman stated, “Feast Ghana represents a unique opportunity to showcase the vibrant culinary richness of our nation and celebrate the unity and diversity that food embodies in our culture.” He reaffirmed the Ghana Tourism Authority’s dedication to showcasing the nation’s travel and cultural attractions via programmes like the “See Ghana, Eat Ghana, Wear Ghana, and Feel Ghana” campaign.

Speaking to the media, John Nii Donu Sampah, the deputy general secretary of the TUC’s Public Service Workers Union (PSWU), asked Ghanaians to support their country’s culinary history by embracing and promoting indigenous foods.

Feast Ghana 2024 proved to be a spectacular celebration of Ghana’s cultural identity and unity, as the smells of traditional dishes drifted around the venue and the sounds of Ghanaian music filled the air.

Events like these have the potential to strengthen Ghana’s position as a cultural centre in the subregion and beyond with the help of government organisations, labour unions, and the local population.

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