Overview of Hogbetsotso Hogbetsotso is derived from the word Hogbe or Hohogbe and is literally translated as “the day of exodus”. It is a festival celebrated annually(first sunday of November) by the Anloga’s of Ghana and commemorates their successful attainment of freedom and escape from the tyrannical Togolese King, Fia Agokoli to present day Ghana. Located in the volta region, the Anloga state is made … Continue reading Is the Celebration of Hogbetsotso Relevant in Modern Day Ghana ?
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