Traditions and Customs of Gadangmes of Ghana Book Ü 398 pages ´ Joseph nii abekar mensah

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Traditions and Customs of Gadangmes of Ghana Book Ü 398 pages ´ Joseph nii abekar mensah ´ ❰BOOKS❯ ⚣ Traditions and Customs of Gadangmes of Ghana Author Joseph Nii Abekar Mensah – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk GaDangmes of Ghana claim through oral history thatGaDangmes of Ghana claim through oral history that they are descendants of ancient Hebrew Israelites They refer to themselves as Yudafoi meaning they are Jews This book traces the origins of GaDangmes and their migration from ancient Israel following the attack of Israel by the Assyrians to their present abode in Ghana The ancestors of the GaDangmes were ruled by Wulomei The High Priesthood The book discusses GaDangme custom and traditions including the Homowo Festival OtufoDipo circumcision and outdooring sanctification of t

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Ry Alberta Canada Dr Mensah is the founder of GaDangme Heritage Cultural Foundation Born and raised in Accra Ganyobi Ghana the author pursued studies in applied biology in London England with specialization in pharmacology He also holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in psychology and in education I had always wanted to know why my people call themselves 'Gamei ' meaning 'Ga people' I learned they are of Hebrew Israelite origins possibly from the tribes of Gad and Dan Publisher's website http sbpracomJosephNiiAbekarMensah

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Traditions and Customs of Gadangmes of GhanaHe child after birth These traditions and customs of GaDangmes are of Hebraic origins GaDangmes names are like genetic markers and are scattered throughout The Old Testament Some of the names of their towns and villages bear Hebrew names Tamar Kemp describes the GaDangmes of Ghana as descendants of authentic biblical HebrewIsraelites whose ancestors once reigned supreme in the motherland Joseph Nii Abekar Mensah PhD is currently a clinicaleducational consultant with Progressive Learning Institute Counselling Services in Calga