National Commission on Culture under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture, has joined hands to officially launched this year’s biennial National Festival of Arts & Culture (NAFAC) to be held at Cape Coast from November 4 to November 11, 2022, to honor the family of the late Dr. Alexander Atta Yaw (AAY) Kyerematen the father of Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen who is Ghanaians current trade and industry minister.
In an interview with the media, Executive Director of the National Commission on Culture, Mrs. Janet Edna Nyame highlighted the need to utilize Ghana’s diverse cultural values as tools to promote unity and development.
The theme for the festival: Reviving Patriotism, Peace, and Unity Through Cultural Diversity for Sustainable Development.
She, therefore, called on all Ghanaians from diverse cultural backgrounds to be patriotic as this is key in shaping Ghana’s development.
Mr. Stephen Nanasei Kyeremanteng who is a brother to the Minister of Trade And Industry, Hon. Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanteng also welcomed calls to name the Kumasi Cultural Center after their Father, Mr. Alexander Attah Yaw Keyeremanten for his contribution to the development of the Cultural Center in Ghana.
By Kwabenah Darkwa / Sokynewsgh.com /