We will like to welcome you home.
Akwaaba (Welcome in Twi)
In our African Tradition, when a new member of the family arrives, we host what is called an “OUTDOORING” ceremony. This is when the new arrival is brought out to the public for the first time. It has been said that new arrival has to be kept for a period of days (the number we have been told has ranged from 7 to 21 days) in doors so that the gods cannot take back the spirit of the new arrival in case it is that of an ancestor.
Wekumei Enterprises Ltd however has not been kept away for those reason, we have just been working hard behind the scene to make sure what we deliver to you is truly “A job WEL one”.
On this website, we aim to let you in to some Ghanaian and African traditions, languages, culture and just how we have been able to bridge the gap between the traditional and technological world. In the meantime, if there are any questions you have or some research that you would like us complete for you, please do not hesitate to hit the “Connect” button on the furthest right of the site and get in touch.
Nyumo ajor bo (God bless you in Ga)
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