The inhabitants of Teshie, on last friday, 4th September, 2020, gathered to celebrate their section of the Homowo festival, amidst covid 19.
The Homowo festival, is one that is celebrated each year by the Ga community; an occasion they believe brings unity.
As a result of the pandemic, communities like Jamestown, Nungua and others couldn’t celebrate it with much crowd comparing to their previous ones.
Nevertheless, Teshie; a coastal town in the Ledzokuku Municipal District, in the Greater Accra Region, had a normal celebration of the aforementioned last weekend.
On its streets were motor and bicycle display, mounted sound speakers, huge population; causing car traffic.
It was a beautiful occassion with more happenings; but the coming together of the huge population, with no proper covid 19 safety precautions, perhaps, have caused carriers of the covid virus, to infect others.