AKUMA DANCE Ensemble, a traditional music and dance group formed with the aim of promoting and preserving the rich and authentic African Music and Dance Culture was in ecstatic mood on Sunday when it treated Ghanaians from the diaspora with exciting performance at the 2019 Year of Return.
The Year of Return, Ghana 2019 is an initiative of the government of Ghana that is intended to encourage African diasporans to come to Africa (specifically Ghana) to settle and invest in the continent.
The performance at the Jungles City, a popular joint in Accra, saw the cultural troop gave the gathering traces of what they have missed while living in abroad.
It primes itself with indigenous African instruments fused with western instruments
Akuma group have toured and performed in the major festivals within Ghana and hoping to extend our tentacles since our main objective is to use music as a tool in promoting peace and love worldwide.
The group has been very instrumental in the community by supporting the less privileged and Homeless people. With this hope, and through schooling these basic human needs can be identified and nourished to benefit both the individual and the nation as a whole.
For that purpose, Akuma (Heart) Dance Ensemble has come to provide the platform in the area of fine art industry and give you the best of practical lessons.
It is also geared towards promoting the authentic Ghanaian traditional music to the world, heal and change lives through our music.
The aim of yhe dance troop is to give back to the less privileged people in the community as well as entertain and educate people on drug abuse through our music.
Founded by astute, workaholic and affable Samuel Nii Noi Tetteh, some five years ago from a humble background.
It’s main objective is to promote Rich African Culture through music to world and it is under the umbrella of Southside Entertainment.