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Chiefs and People of Yorogo mark maiden Tigi -sitaaba Festival, cut sod for the construction of Ultra Modern library and ICT complex

The Chiefs and People of Yorogo, a community in the Bolgatanga Municipality of the Upper East Region over the weekend marked the community’s Maiden Festival, Tigisitaaba. Under the Theme “fostering unity for total development’.

As part of celebrating the festival, the community held a durbar on December 21, 2019 where all the eight clans participated in War dance, exhibition of extinct indigenous food and art.

The maiden Tisitaaaba festival apart from bringing the people of Yorogo together served as a platform for fundraising for the construction of an ultra-modern Library and ICT complex for the Yorogo Cluster of Schools.

The December 28 durbar had in attendance, representatives of the Bolgatanga Traditional Council, The Municipal Chief Executive for Bolgatanga among other dignitaries.

In An address read on his behalf by Patrick Asebila, the Chief of Yorogo, Naba Kosomo Lebge Seruum, while urging all Yeriba to maintain the relative peace being enjoyed in the community and commending the festival committee and the people of Yorogo for staging the colourful event also urged the youth and parents to embrace education since it remains the only platform to unearthing the potential of young people to contribute meaningfully to the development of the community as he laments high school drop out and teenage pregnancy in the area.

Elders of Yorogo seated at Tigsitaaba Festival grounds

“Sadly, Mr. Chairman, many of the youth who are the future of this community are also out of school. And there is no excuse for any child to be out of school especially at the basic and senior high school levels because of the coming into being of free senior high school education. The youth despite efforts to get them to attain the highest level of education continue to engage in acts that truncate their education. Some are more interested in immediate gratification such that they truncate their education to engage in other ventures that cannot guarantee them a secured future. I will at this point entreat parents to continue to talk to their children to take their studies seriously and equally call on young people to be interested in guaranteeing for themselves a brighter future rather than the glamorous but short enjoyment of today. As an educationist, I will urge parents and young people to embrace technical education and to call upon those who, unfortunately, are out of school to take a keen interest in skill acquisition opportunities available that can equally help guarantee a brighter future for them”.

On his part, the Municipal Chief Executive for Bolgatanga, Joseph Amiyuure Atura congratulated the chiefs and People of Yorogo for a successful festival. He further assured them of the utilization of the Abattoir complex b situated in the community and the establishment of a leather factory. The MCE expressed concern about rising streetism in the Municipality and called for concerted efforts in dealing with the menace.

Joseph Amiyuure Atura (right) with other invited Guests at the Tigsitaaba Festival Durbar

Chairman of the Tigsitaaba festival committee, Dr. Ayimbire Abonuusum in giving a brief history of the festival at the durbar stated that the dire need for communities to make little contributions to augment government’s effort at developing every sector of the country necessitated the organization of the festival to unite Yeriba to pool their energies together and contribute their widow’s mite to initiate projects as signals to government, NGOs among others that the community is in dire need of development.

He disclosed that contributions made by all the eight communities in Yorogo towards the construction of the Library to be equipped with ICT facilities prior to the festival stood at Forty Thousand Ghana Cedis (40,000).

Written by; Nicholas Azebire

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Joe 'Bilbod' Nyaaba
Joe 'Bilbod' Nyaaba is a prolific writer and entertainment enthusiast, who has written many blog articles on music, art and pop culture. Joe holds a Master of Philosophy degree In Environment and Resource Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated Development Studies. Joe is well rounded on global issues but has a passion for music, art, and culture.
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