Akufo-Addo dancing Damba dance at Yendi as he joins the people of Yendi to celebrate the Damba festival of chiefs & people of Dagbon on Saturday.
President Akufo-Addo alias Naa Abudani I performed the Damba dance at Yendi so beautifully to the admiration of all. It might have taken some serious pre-festival rehearsals with coaching form his right man Bawumia to come out with this.
At the Damba festival of chiefs & people of Dagbon on Saturday, President of the republic Nana Addo, was dress in white batakari and head gear. White is a symbol of peace and unity hence Ghana joined hands in unity with the chiefs & people of Dagbon for the 2019 festival.
Akufo-Addo dancing Damba dance at Yendi showed how much our cultures unit us as a people and how we can use our culture to further united Ghana and health wounds within our politics ahead of the 2020 general election.
Saturday’s festival is proof that the peace of Dagbon is holding, and we can begin to point to concrete signs of the peace dividend. The young people of Yendi, who have known nothing but strife, now can see another and more attractive side of their heritage. The Damba festival is no longer a tale of bygone years told by nostalgic old men and women; it is a real and living part of Dagbon life.
Present at the Durban grounds was former president of Ghana John Dramani Mahama and other important dignitaries across the political divide.