Abajo Restaurant Accra Promotes African Traditonal Music, Fetes And Educate Children On Social Distancing

Abajo Restaurant Accra Promotes African Traditonal Music, Fetes And Educate Children On Social Distancing

Views: 164 Ishmael Junourgh, Accra, June 30, 2020, Tue, 4 pm   Abajo located inside the Culture and Art Centre in Accra, Ghana, West Africa is a ...

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Ishmael Junourgh, Accra, June 30, 2020, Tue, 4 pm

 


Abajo located inside the Culture and Art Centre in Accra, Ghana, West Africa is a restaurant, appropriate for both tourists and the natives.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the social-centre has deemed it fit to lend a helping hand to some vulnerable children by providing them with meals as things are getting harder for such on a daily basis.

In an interview with a Bridge News GH reporter for this story a couple of weeks ago, the Director of the Centre, Mr Kay Boni noted that the centre has been showing the kind gesture to some vulnerable people for barely six years today.

And that in recent time the outfit is adding education on protocols on how to live amidst natural disasters such as the pandemic.

The centre is well known for promoting authentic African music and has witnessed performances from a litany of legendary Afro-pop musicians: both local and international.

Mr Boni noted with pride that Abajo is the only restaurant with a live band in the whole of the city.

We bring onboard Artists especially those into Traditional African music like dela Botre, kyekyeku, King Ayisoba, Atimbila, Wiyaala and the Abajo band itself to perform for entertainment and promotion of the centre.

He said at times the centre takes on the challenge to support and to promote local artists.

Mr Boni is, however, worried about how the centre has been left on its fate without any form of collaboration with the Ministry of Art and Culture.

He said as it were, the centre expected more support for its public education activities publication.

He called for a deeper collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Culture.
[30/06, 16:06] Ishmael A. Junourgh: #####
Abajo located inside the Culture and Art Centre in Accra, Ghana, West Africa is a restaurant, appropriate for both tourists and the natives.

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the social-centre has deemed it fit to lend a helping hand to some vulnerable children by providing them with meals as things are getting harder for such on a daily basis.

In an interview with a Bridge News GH reporter for this story a couple of weeks ago, the Director of the Centre, Mr Kay Boni noted that the centre has been showing the kind gesture to some vulnerable people for barely six years today.

And that in recent time the outfit is adding education on protocols on how to live amidst natural disasters such as the pandemic.

The centre is well known for promoting authentic African music and has witnessed performances from a litany of legendary Afro-pop musicians: both local and international.

Mr Boni noted with pride that Abajo is the only restaurant with a live band in the whole of the city.

We bring onboard Artists especially those into Traditional African music like dela Botre, kyekyeku, King Ayisoba, Atimbila, Wiyaala and the Abajo band itself to perform for entertainment and promotion of the centre.

He said at times the centre takes on the challenge to support and to promote local artists.

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