Dzuta Drumming and Dance Theatre, promoting Ghana’s culture through music
Cultural heritage is the legacy of cultural resources and intangible attributes of a group or society that is inherited from past generations.
For this reason, it is always prudent to put measures in place to ensure that the heritage of a society trickles down to every generation so as to aid the people not lose their identity.
It is in this vein that cultural group, Dzuta Drumming and Dance Theatre,is devoted to hoist the flag of the country high across the globe.
The founder of the group, Mr.Kefas Adjogble has appealed to the government for support to enable it function effectively project the country’s tourism potential and create job opportunities for the youth.
According to him, this would go a long way to help the tourism ministry achieve it goals.
Also, a leading member of the group, Samuel Boadi, noted that the Tourism Ministry needs to closely collaborate and enhance the capacities of the various Centres for National Culture across the country.
Any time they mount the stage to prove their mettle, they sing in Ga, Ewe, Akan and among other langauges in the country to get people onto their feet.
The group since 2017 had taken part in international music and dance festivals in different countries and won best traditional dance from Africa, received recognition cerficates among other awards.