A UK-based Diaspora event company, The Ghana Society, is set to launch the first Batakari Festival in UK. This is a way for the people of particularly Ghana and other African countries to celebrate the beautiful rich culture of Africa during this Black History Month.
According to the CEO of Ghana Society Maria Lovell, this year’s celebration of Batakari in UK is a way to introduce the beautiful culture of Ghana to the world and is also a means to create a platform for individuals and small companies from all over the world to come and showcase their unique products or services. “We look forward to hosting this event every year as it is an important educational awareness of black history”, she said.
The Batakari Fair comes off Monday 24th October to Saturday 29th October at 11am to 5pm daily, with Cultural dance display and Music.
The fair will be climaxed with the prestigious Batakari Fundraising Dinner Dance in Luton Lewsey Farm Learning Centre.
The dinner dance is also supported by the Ghana High Commission UK, Ghana Union (London), the Ghana Carnival Ambassador for Northern Region Sherifa Gunu, D’ Cryme amongst many distinguished guests and patrons.