This was organised by Hill Side African Cultural Village in collaboration with Jupiter Media Production and Gadangme tourism Secretariat.
This was basically to identify nature tourism destinations within the Gadangme State of Ghana.The Greenwich Meridian rock which is geographically located on the latitude 0 degrees and divides the world into two equal halves.The Meridian Rock locally known as “Agmɔ” or “Sebrebedu”.This rock was then ruled by WOR-Lumor Kunor Borketey Laweh Tsuru,the Priest of the “Agmu”.
Available research information and archaeological remains indicated that the same Priest pattered the gulf of Guinea and walked with multitude of followers on dry land as Moses in the Christian Bible did.It is believed that they went back to their original country.Anthropology has proved that WOR-Lumor Borketey Laweh originated the name of the Ghanaian premier university located at an area called,”Le gon”.It is currently known as Legon University.
The Ga word” Le” means “know”,recognize”,” “mark”,”learn”.
“Goŋ” in the Galanguage means”hill”or”mountain” in effect the two joint world means” know this hill””Le gon nɛɛ” which was phrased to identify a point he could be easily seen or recognised. There are other places like “Shwilao” which is referred to the Volta lake in Ghana.The town originally called “Nu ŋoo” which is now “Ningo”,”Nu Ŋma” polluted to be “Nungua”,”Buɛ ekoŋŋ” now “Bukom”.The largest natural salt mining field and other interesting history and cultural studies.
Careful statues have shown that the Gadangme people as nomadic as they are, traveled from Egypt while sojourns as part of the Israelis or Kushans groups.
The people of “Nu Ŋma” were the last group that left Benney State in Nigeria,however the first among the Gadangme group to have arrived in modern day Ghana.They are agriculturists and very religious.