Ɔpɛpɔn

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Ɔpɛpɔn yɛ bosome a ɛdikan wɔ afe mu. Ɛwɔ nna aduasa-baako, Ɔgyefoɔ na ɛdi Ɔpɛpɔn so ɛna Ɔpɛpɔn nso di Ɔpɛnimaa bosome so a ɛyɛ bosome a ɛtɔ so du mmienu a ɛsane twa toɔ wɔ afe no mu Wɔ Brɔfo kasa mu nu wɔ frɛ Ɔpɛpɔn January.[1] Ɔpɛpɔn yɛ bosome bi a ɛyɛ soronko ma obibiara. Ɛnam sɛ ɛyɛ bosome a edi kan wɔ abosome du mmienu no mu nti no, nkrɔfoɔ ani sɔ paa ara yie ɛnam nsɛm bi nti. Ɛyɛ bosome bi a nkrɔfoɔ tena ase keka nnoɔma bi anaa nsɛm bi bom fa afe a ɛtwaa mu no ho, na wɔn hwɛ sɛ, wɔn de nkabom ba wɔn abusua, wɔn mpɔtam ne aman aman mu.[2]

Abakɔsɛm.[sesamu]

Ɔpɛpɔn yɛ edin a Akanfoɔ de frɛ bosome a ɛdikan wɔ afe mu. Wɔ Akan mu no Ɔpɛpɔn kyerɛ sɛ ɔpɛ kɛseɛ. Ɔpɛpɔn yɛ bosome a ɛpɛ a ano yɛ den paa ara hyɛ aseɛ. Wɔ Akanfoɔ nda nu mu wɔ gyina biribia Akanfoɔ frɛ nu adaduanan, wɔ Brɔfo kasa mu nu asekyerɛ ne 'forty days'. Adaduanan kyerɛ nda aduanan.[3] Ɔpɛpɔn bosome nu asekyerɛ yɛ Ɔpɛ a ɛkyerɛ ɔpɛ bere ne Pon a ɛkyerɛ kunini anaa kɛseɛ.[3] Wei kyerɛsɛ wɔ Ɔpɛpɔn bosome nu mu nu Ɔpɛ nu ano yɛ den paa yie. Ɔpɛ bere wɔ Gaana hyɛ aseɛ wɔ Ɔpɛnimaa bosome nu mu kɔsi Ɔbɛnem bosome nu mu.[4]

Nna atitirew anaa nnapɔnna wɔ bosome no mu[sesamu]

Wɔ ɔman Gaana mu no afahyɛ ahorow ne nkaeda ahorow bi wɔ hɔ a wɔ hyɛ no nsow wɔ Ɔpɛpɔn bosome no mu. Ebi ne: Afe foforow da, Amamuo mmra da ne Fao afahyeɛ.[5] Afe foforow da yɛ 'New year's day' wɔ Brɔfo kasa mu. Afe foforow da yɛ ɛda da edin nka wɔ afe nu mu. Esan nti ɛyɛ ahome da ma Gaanafoɔ nyinaa. Amamuo mmra da ɛyɛ ɛda ɛtɔso nson wɔ bosome nu mu na Gaanafoɔ de kae mmre a wɔ nyaa Gaana mmra nu, wɔ Brɔfo kasa mu nu ɛkyerɛ 'Constitution day'.

Hwehwɛ pii ka ho[sesamu]

Akan Calendar

Constitution day of Ghana

Ɔpɛnimaa

Ɔgyefuo

Nnwoma ahodoɔ a menyaa mmoa firii mu.[sesamu]

  1. https://www.dictionary.com/browse/january
  2. https://www.modernghana.com/amp/blogs/666999/afenhyiapa-oo-january-month-of-reflections.html
  3. 3.0 3.1 https://www.jstor.org/stable/1158712?seq=1
  4. http://www.afropedea.org/asante-ashante-calendar
  5. https://yen.com.gh/105943-top-10-ghanaian-festivals-dates-their-celebration.html