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A celebration of culinary delights and community spirit – All about Maggi Waakye summit


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The much-anticipated Waakye Summit, Ghana's premier waakye festival, is set to make its return on December 26th at the Efua Sutherland Children's Park, starting at 9 am. The event promises a day of culinary exploration, community bonding, and shared joy for attendees of all ages.

This year's Waakye Summit aims to be more than just a gastronomic experience; it's a celebration of local flavours, community spirit, and the cherished tradition of waakye. Attendees can look forward to a diverse array of waakye offerings from esteemed vendors such as Sister’s Waakye- Adabraka, Fulera Waakye- Madina, RockzWaakye- Cantonments, AnadwoWaakye- East Legon, Hajia Waakye Boutique- Madina, and many more.

The event opens its doors to families and individuals alike, with ticket prices deliberately set at ¢30 for a single, ¢50 for a double, and complimentary entry for children. The goal is to provide an affordable and inclusive space for everyone to indulge in the waakye experience.

The Waakye Summit is not just about food; it's a holistic celebration of community and culture. Live music performances, a cooking tutorial session, a live podcast, video games, contests, and giveaways await attendees, ensuring an immersive and enjoyable experience for visitors of all ages.

Organisers of the Waakye Summit encourage the community to come together, celebrate their local culinary heritage, and relish in the shared joy that events like these bring. The Efua Sutherland Children's Park will be transformed into a hub of cultural exchange, laughter, and the delightful aroma of waakye.

This celebration of Ghanaian food culture is proudly sponsored by Maggi, Access Bank,  and Voltic Ghana, and is endorsed by Beyond the Return and the Ghana Tourism Authority.

Follow @WaakyeSummit on social media for updates and exclusive insights into this culinary and cultural extravaganza.