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Welcome to the Greatest Entertainment Musical Tour and Festival ...

This ground breaking innovation, THE TASTE OF AFRIKA – (TTOA), is a process set in motion to propel our endeavours in Ghana and Afrika in general towards the achievement of an enviable entertainment industry for the continent, a viable market entrant into the international world of music.
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TENONTAABA, which means love for one another, is a Talensi expression that captures the case of the tongue and the teeth and how in spite of the infliction of tongue bites the two reside together in mutual space. We wish to welcome you to THE TASTE OF AFRIKA FIESTA and the TENONTAABA(Tongue and Teeth) LAUNCH.
The organisers of THE TASTE OF AFRIKA FIESTA are happy to present to the peoples of Afrika and its diaspora this festival which has a comprehensive collection of packages designed for a complimentary delivery of our bid to bring to the continent a convergence of music and culture. This endeavour is bringing together professional music makers and managers from all over to launch and start right here in Ghana this festival.
The TENONTAABA will take place on a date to be announce to launch THE TASTE OF AFRIKA FIESTA at a meeting of all stakeholders including the GHAMRO, Ghana Tourism Authority, The Year of Return, Creative Arts Council, Arts and Culture Ministries, Artistes in our music fraternity, the media and prospective sponsors. We will like to encourage all interest parties to throw their weight behind this adventure to ensure a resounding success. It cannot happen without you.


The project Secretariat is resolved to exploit the one common factor that holds Afrika together. Our culture. We have more in common than divides us as continentals