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#AsaBaako22: Busua comes alive with “AsaBaako Gathering”

After a successful 10th edition of Asa Baako 2020 people have been screaming for a comeback but due to the covid restrictions AsaBaako 2021 could not take place.

This year the organizers of the event have heard our cry and are ready to do something small but different for the people of Busua and Ghana as a whole but with great caution as we are still battling with the Covid-19.

First on the program is a gathering at Busua on the 5th of March, 2022, which will be a small hosting of beach party, this will not be the regular full festival but with the same positive vibrations.

Again the organizers of AsaBaako would want to add another twist to this year’s event as they will be collaborating with the British Council to host another project for the people of Manchester (UK) and Western Region (Ghana), which is an Online Music Collaboration calling all musicians and music industry professionals aged 18 – 35. The program will be a City to City online collaboration with final online showcase on 6th of May 2022, to apply Visit the AsaBaako page [http://asabaako.com/get-involved/residency], the Deadline is 1st March 2022

We assure our readers that from what we are hearing and have gathered the event will be in full swing in 2023 with the full Asa Baako Festival!

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Nana Nyarko is the name A.K.A Nanne. A Tech Junky, web developer and a content developer by passion. The Assist. Manager of Vernsons Co. Ltd which operate and manage Kuulvibes.com. A brand publicist, social media expert, music lover & a gamer. A Volunteer & an Entrepreneur who loves to travels a lot.

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