Susuma Pan-African Dance Ensemble set to represent Ghana at Ohio Black Expo in USA

Susuma Pan-African Dance Ensemble set to represent Ghana at Ohio Black Expo in USA

Ghanaian indigenous band, making exploits in Africa and beyond, “Susuma Pan-African Dance Ensemble” will this year represent Ghana at the Ohio Black Expo in the United States of America.

The event slated for Columbus Ohio, USA, would be held from May 25 to 26.

The dance ensemble will attend the event under the invitation of the Ghana Dance Association led by the President, Nana Kwame Dadzie.

Ohio Black Expo is a statewide non-profit organisation dedicated to improving the quality of life, success and well-being of African-Americans in Ohio.

This initiative focuses on addressing issues of health, education, seniors, business, technology and youth among others.

They raise funds for programmes and scholarships are raised all year round through their annual Ohio Black Expo.

The expo is made up of Riverfront Culture Festival and a Convention during Memorial Day Weekend.

According to them “The overall goal for our events is to empower the 1.7 million Black residents in Ohio and beyond. We target Ohio plus four million Black residents in surrounding states to join for empowerment through our solution-driven workshops, unifying networking events, and a celebratory festival of Black culture.”

Susuma to wit Spirit is an African Music, Drum and Dance company formed in Accra Ghana, by Nana Kwame Dadzie in the year 1991.
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