The 2019 edition of the annual Ghanafest show is set to take place in Canada and it promises to be filled with a lot of fun and top performances.
This year’s edition of the festival is brought to you by Ghanafest Toronto and Untouchable Empire.
The 2019 edition of the show brings a maiden programme which is going to be in the form of a cultural and dance fundraising show.
As a result, some of the cultural performers for the first edition of the fundraising would be the popular Central Africa Traditional Cultural Group and Ashanti Traditional Cultural Group.
Musicians who have also been billed to perform at the show are Ghana’s very own Amandzeba Brew, Fameye, Sista Afia, D-Flex, Slim Flex, Dada KD, Wendy L’Artisane and MC Diva.
The show is set to be held at the De Runa Banquet Hall in Ontario, Canada and it would start at exactly 4PM.
Tickets for the show are going for $25 for early birds and $35 for regular.
Daily Celebrities News caught up with some members of the Ashanti Traditional Cultural Group at their base on October 22, 2019, as they were gearing up to leave Ghana for the show.
The cultural performers expressed readiness to give off their best at the cultural show in Canada so as to make themselves and the nation proud.
We spoke at length with the cultural troupe and touched on many issues even outside of cultural performances.
There was even a discussion on LGBT where one of the performers who gave his name as Yussif Ali, showed a video of a gay being beaten by rogue anti-LGBT group, Safety Empire.
He went on to criticise the activities and modus operandi of Safety Empire and said that no one had the right to restrict people with different sexual preferences from being with whoever they desired.
Another young man, David, who contributed to the discussion agreed with Yussif and called on International Human Rights Organizations to come to the aid of the LGBT community in Ghana who are being threatened on a regular basis by anti-LGBT factions such as the dreaded Safety Empire.
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