Ethnic groups in Ghana

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Recollection: New Yam Festival

The yam festival which has lost its significance in Dagbon is the latter’s oldest festival which had predated the Bugum,

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The Northern Ghana Tourism Development Strategy: A Dagbon Perspective.

As we await the official launch of the “Northern Ghana Tourism Development Strategy courtesy of the announcement by the Northern

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Culture & TraditionDagomba Clothing & Fashion

The Traditional Dagbon Hats: Types, How It’s Worn And It’s Significance In Dagbon Kingdom

The Traditional Dagbon Hats: Undoubtedly, one of the easiest ways to know the identity of someone is by his or

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HistoryDagomba Clans

The advent of the lunsi in Dagbon State

The Lunsi: The Dagomba ethnic group in the northern part of Ghana, has some of the most enviable and well-preserved

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Dagbon’s path to its present disposition towards peace has traversed decades of conflict in which the celebration of the two

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Zo simli naa, Ife Bell paid a courtesy call on the Northern Regional Minister

The Newly installed chief of Friendship (Zo simli naa), Ife Bell has paid a courtesy call on the Northern Regional

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HistoryDagomba Kings

Naa Gungobili -The destitute Prince of Dagbon Kingdom

Naa Gungobili was the 17th King of the Dagbon kingdom. He ascended the Gbewaa Skin of Dagbon around the 17th

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Dagbani LanguageCulture & Tradition

Dagbanli Riddles – Riddles among the Dagomba people:

Dagbanli Riddles : Among the Dagomba people, riddles, just like folktales, assume a significant part of their culture. Riddles are

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Dagbani LanguageCulture & Tradition

Names of Animals in Dagbani Language

Names of Animals in Dagbani Language Click To Join Our Telegram Group:  The environment is made up of everything around

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Culture & TraditionDagbani Language

The Language of Dagbon: Preserving Cultural Identity Through Oral Literature

Dagbon, a region in the northern part of Ghana, is home to the Dagbamba (Dagomba) people who speak the most

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