Bekwai homecoming: A tradition of togetherness

The Bekwai community in the Ashanti Region is poised to celebrate its annual homecoming festival, infusing the town with vibrant colours, rhythmic beats, and joyous laughter during the upcoming Christmas season.

Joe Osei Owusu, First Deputy Speaker of Parliament and MP for Bekwai Constituency.

Scheduled from December 23rd to January 2nd, the Bekwai Homecoming is a lively celebration that unites both indigenes and visitors from various locations, rooted in a warm sense of community spirit.

The festival encompasses a diverse range of events, including a health walk and screening, carol night and Christmas lighting, akwaaba night, a kids' party, a football gala, and a musical concert, all of which encapsulate the cultural heritage of Bekwai.

According to Hon. Joe Osei Owusu, 1st Deputy Speaker of Parliament and MP for Bekwai Constituency, "The Homecoming is not just an event; it's a symbolic journey that reconnects us with our traditions, values, and the spirit of unity that defines Bekwai."

He added, "The Bekwai township will be transformed into a bustling atmosphere to be enjoyed by attendees."


Beyond its role as a platform for cultural expression, the Bekwai Homecoming aims to foster a sense of belonging and camaraderie among residents.

Families and friends will gather to celebrate, share stories, and create lasting memories, reinforcing the close-knit bonds that define the community.

The event is anticipated to rekindle the spirit of unity and pave the way for a vibrant and united future for the Bekwai community. It serves as a testament to the community's resilience, diversity, and the richness of its cultural heritage.


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