“AsaBaako puts the spotlight on Busua and each festival has the ability to send ripples of positive energy into the community and beyond", Debra Kiliru, Co-Director Motherland International Relations


“We've all been waiting for Asa Baako - a truly magical festival experience that has its own unique style rooted in Ghanaian culture, bringing everyone together into one dance!" M3NSA, UK-Ghanaian hip-hop artist


“I like Asa Baako so much. It has brought people in Busua together and brought people to Busua. We all like it very much. We all like to see Asa Baaako every year”. Julie, local Busua chef and business owner 

 

Listed as one of “The best 3 African music festivals for 2014”, Metro newspaper (UK), January 2014