Give unto Caesar what belongs unto caesar.

Alberta Mortty

As a village who still pride themselves in cultural practises, occasions like funerals are done to fulfil both traditional and Christian demands. Here in Gbledi- Gborgame, the home of the tallest mountain in Ghana, Afadjato, A sheep is been to the deceased’s family house for final funeral rites . In the background is a catholic church, the first and ‘legitimate’ church in the village of which the deceased is a member of. The deceased was the wife of the paramount chief of Gbledi Traditional Area

“If you do not have the heart, you better return”. A young warrior shows his pre-battle dancing skills

The sacrificial Lamb

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