In the spirit of togetherness, We welcome you and yours to the grand day Durbar celebration in the Hohoe municipality of Wli, an indeed fascinating place you cannot miss visiting!
It’s that time of the year when we get to cherish and celebrate what beautiful and historic place(s) humanity is blessed with! And talking about history, Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated World Tourism Day as international observance on September 27.
Now with Jet-like speed, let me move back in the direction of what conversation I want to have with you! Ghana is a country blessed with so many touristic places; places that make you believe in the beauty of creations, places that makes you want to relocate to Ghana for purposes of connection to this wonderfully gifted environment!
There are forests, national parks, mountains, and the list is as huge as an elephant. Let me tell you about a personal favorite
The Wli waterfall is God’s bathtub literally and it is indeed so when you have a man as John Peter Amewu representing you in the chambers where affairs of men are deliberated, Government! He is one of those few people who makes it possible for any anti-politics guys like myself to believe in the politician again or in the politics of things. Let me be clear here before we proceed, this is no political column.
The Wli waterfall is the highest waterfall in the country as well as being the tallest in the western part of this continent, Africa! It is not for nothing I would describe it as God’s bathtub if not for its breathtaking scenery which includes a refreshing sound of the splash. Wli waterfalls represent everything beautiful thus it is little surprising Ghana’s first-ever beauty Queen (Monica Amekoafia).
Ladies and Gentlemen, Wli waterfalls is the highest expression of love from nature to us and I shall be there together with the man Hon. John Peter Amewu to celebrate this beauty.
This is Evans, your errands boy with a few words to run around with and I shall see you on the other side of this write, Wli!