Tag Archives : KOFORIDUA

Eastern Region: NAFAC Starts Today in Koforidua


National Festival of Arts and Culture – NAFAC 2019, the second in the Eastern Region after 37 years since its inception in 1967 starts today, Friday, November 08 to 15, 2019 in Koforidua. READ ALSO: No Album Can Stand Obrafour’s Pae Mu Ka – Sarkodie National Festival of Arts and Culture whose main objective is to protect the arts and culture…

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NAFAC 2018 was Postponed because “There Was No Money” – New Juaben Krontihene

NAFAC 2018 was Postponed because “There Was No Money” – New Juaben Krontihene


The Krontihene of the New Juaben Traditional Area has revealed that the National Festival of Arts and Culture – NAFAC 2018 was postponed for the simple reason that there was no money.   The event which was earlier scheduled to be celebrated in Koforidua in the Eastern Region in November 2018 was postponed indefinitely without a reason from the Ministry…

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NAFAC 2019 in Koforidua

NAFAC 2019 Scheduled for November 8 in Koforidua


KOFORIDUA: National Festival of Arts and Culture – NAFAC 2019, the second in the Eastern Region after the 1982 edition of the festival is scheduled for November 8.   Since 1967, the National Festival of Arts and Culture has been the appellation of Ghanaians with a priceless heritage to protect the arts and culture heralded its successive celebrations.   The…

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EASTERN REGIONAL THEATRE COMMISSIONED IN KOFORIDUA

PHOTOS: EASTERN REGIONAL THEATRE COMMISSIONED IN KOFORIDUA


EASTERN REGIONAL THEATRE COMMISSIONED IN KOFORIDUA Finally, the Eastern Regional Centre for National Culture project which was initiated by the late Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah in 1964 has been completed and commissioned in Koforidua The Eastern Regional Theatre which is a Public-Private Partnership project was supposed to be completed and inaugurated ahead of the National Festival of Arts and Culture…

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PHOTOS: RENOVATION OF KOFORIDUA CULTURAL CENTER STARTS


The Regional Cultural Center in Koforidua which was first built in 1964 by Kwame Nkrumah is NOW undergoing renovation works. Dr. Ziblim Zarri Iddi, Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts, and Culture in September stated the Regional Cultural Center was 60% complete. In the Deputy Minister’s interview on Peace FM, he stated emphatically that work had begun on the auditorium at the cultural center.…

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