The Taste Of Afrika Signs 5-year MoU With National Commission On Culture8

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The National Commission on Culture and The Taste of Afrika have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to make it easier for them to work together to make sure that the Cultural Oneness Festival goes smoothly and that everyone meets their goals. The MoU is an effort to celebrate culture in all its forms.

The signing event took place on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, at the General Office of the National Commission on Culture in Accra, Ghana. It was the beginning of a five-year project to change culture.

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The goal of this partnership is to make the Cultural Oneness Festival stronger by celebrating variety and pushing for national growth after 2024.

Nana Otuo Owoahene Acheampong, Executive Director of the National Commission on Culture, spoke at the event and stressed how important it was for his organisation to run the necessary systems to make sure the success of the Cultural Oneness Festival, which will be Northern Ghana’s biggest cultural event from November 13–16, 2024.

The CEO of The Taste Of Afrika, Tengol K. Kplemani, praised the National Commission on Culture for its willingness and commitment to the growth and development of Northern Ghanaian culture.

Tengol said, “With unwavering support from both sides, this partnership marks the start of a new era of cross-cultural exchange that will shape the future of the Cultural Oneness Festival in Ghana and beyond.”

The Taste Of Afrika organises the Cultural Oneness Festival, an event that honours and exhibits the diverse cultures of the Northern sector communities of the country. The Cultural Oneness Festival for 2024 is slated to occur in Tamale, Northern Region, from November 13th to the 16th. The festival’s overarching theme is “Leveraging on our Strength for Shared Growth and Prosperity as One People.”

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