Ahead of Citi FM and Citi TV’s Back to your Village Food Bazaar slated for Saturday, March 14, 2020, staff of the station today, Thursday enjoyed some delicious kenkey and fish for brunch.
Kenkey or ‘kɔmi’ as said in the Ga dialect, is a typical Ghanaian dish made from fermented white corn, which is usually served with pepper sauce and fried fish.
It is the staple food of the Ga tribe from southern Ghana.
“Back To Your Village Food Bazaar” forms part of the company’s Heritage Month held in the month of March every year.
The Back To Your Village Food Bazaar which is set to take place at the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) complex will climax the company’s Heritage Art Festival which is commenced today [Thursday, March 12, 2020].
Heritage Art Festival
About 40 artists are exhibiting their art works at the maiden edition of Citi FM and Citi TV’s Heritage Art Festival.
The event slated for March 12 to 14, 2020 is taking place at the forecourt of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly office complex.
This festival, part of the Heritage Month celebration, serves as a platform to enjoy and celebrate artistic impressions from Ghanaian artists as they showcase their work telling the Ghanaian story through art.
Heritage month activities
Every weekday morning in March, Citi FM’s Breakfast Show will host personalities adept in the history of Ghana.
On March 21, Citi TV will serve music lovers with great authentic Ga music in an event dubbed the Accra Music Expo 2020.
The climax of the whole celebration will be on March 28, 2020, at the Accra International Conference Centre with the Music of Ghanaian Origin concert.
This year’s concert promises to be more refreshing as it parades a number of Ghana’s finest musicians whose songs evoke nostalgic moments of the Ghanaian music journey.
Heritage Month 2020 is powered by Citi FM, Citi TV, with support from the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and the Ghana Tourism Authority.