International acclaimed percussionist and composer, Mohammed Alidu, has said that the Dagombas in the Northern Region of Ghana possess a vibrant culture that must be showcased and celebrated at all times.
According to him , Dagomba culture has deeply permeated customs and lifestyles of people from other part of the country and Dagombas must cherish their heritage as one of the means for development.
“Our lunga talking drums , for instance, is used in Akan music such as kete and Adowa, which they call dondo. The guagan drums is used by the Ewe where is known as brekete. Dagomba tradition music and dance from a big part of the repertoire that the National Dance Company and other National groups performs to represent Ghana aboard and. Alidu said
Source: www.kantankatv.com/Esther Korkor Daitey