Cultural Week Celebration | 2022 Edition

The Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education invites the University Community to the 2022 Edition of their Cultural Week Celebration scheduled as follows:

 

Date: Wednesday, 4th – Saturday, 7th May, 2022.

Venue: Ajumako Campus

2022 THEME:  “Living in a Multilingual Setting: The Role of the Ghanaian Language Teacher”.

Keynote Speaker:  Dr. Paul K. Agbedor (Department of Linguistics, University of Ghana, Legon).

Chairman:  Prof. Dominic Kwaku Danso Mensah (Principal, College of Languages Education, University of Education, Winneba).

 

Background

The cultural week celebration of the Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education, is an annual event celebrated to create awareness of the importance of our cultural values. It aims at promoting awareness of cultural diversity, multilingualism, and the need to appreciate, promote and preserve our cultural heritage.

 

OUTLINE OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE CELEBRATION

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

  • Pre-interaction on Radio Windy Bay

Time: 9a.m.

 

Thursday, May 5, 2022

  • Launching of Cultural Week Celebration

Time: 1:00pm

Venue: Ceremonial Grounds, Ajumako

Cultural Display: Department of Gur-Gonja Education

 

  • Inter-Departmental Traditional Games

Time: 2:00pm

Venue: Ceremonial Grounds, Ajumako

Cultural Display: Department of Akan-Nzema Education

  •  ATTIRE: Traditional

 

Friday, May 6, 2022

  • Food Bazaar

Time: 1:00pm - 4:oopm

Venue: Ceremonial Grounds, Ajumako

Cultural Display: Department of Ewe Education

 

  • Inter-Departmental Quiz

Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm

Venue: Ceremonial Grounds, Ajumako

Cultural Display: Department of Ga-Dangme Education

  • ATTIRE: ROYAL

 

Saturday, May 7, 2022

  • Grand Durbar

Time: 9:00am prompt

Venue: Ceremonial Grounds, Ajumako

Cultural Display: All Departments

  • ATTIRE: Traditional

 

You are cordially invited.

Thank you.

 

Rendition of “Thank You” in the 14 Mother Languages of the Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education, Ajumako:

  1. Nyὲ tsumi kaa/nyὲ pee nɔ           -         Dangme
  2. Nyὲyiwaladɔղղ                           -         Ga
  3. Akpe na mi katã                          -         Ewe
  4. Meda wo ase                               -         Asante & Akwapem Twi
  5. Medase                                       -         Fante
  6. Me da wo ase                              -         Nzema
  7. N Paɣiya pam                             -         Dagbani
  8. N pulus1 ya zo’e zo’e                 -         Gurene
  9. Asan Kushu`                               -         Gonja
  10. A ke a le lanyerene                    -         Kasem
  11. M pu’usi ya pamm                     -         Kusaal
  12. Bareka yaga zaa                       -         Dagaare
  13. A ni lipul                                    -         Likpakpapaal
  14. Ma lɔluŋ hɛ ni mɛ                      -         Sisaali