Abissa 2022: Promise to be hot!

Grand-Bassam, the coastal city will see bubbles from October 30 to November 6. In the district of France, the capital of Nzima Kotoko, the traditional annual festival will be celebrated. about this subject “Abyss in the Service of Peace and Social Cohesion”.
The event started from the 1st of October with social movements.

full program

October 1-20, 2022 from 7:30 a.m. COVID-19 vaccination campaign.

01 and 02/10/22 – French Quarter
04 and 05/10/22 – Azurite
08/07/22 – Petit Paris
10 and 11/10/22 – Mondoku
10/13/14/22 – Imperial
10/16 and 17/22 – Modest

Saturday 10/22/2022

7.30 a.m. to 12 p.m.: Blood donation by members of the Abisa Association and Bassam residents aged between 18 and 60.

Folk rejoicing before the launch of Abisa: performance of the dances of Nazima’s cultural heritage.

4 PM – 8 PM: Dance troupes perform: SIDER – GROS LOT – MOYEWO – SKIN PAIN – LIFE – AYABOMO – BANIN ZI.

Sunday 23/10/2022

7:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Blood donation by members of the Abisa Association and Bassam residents from 18 to 60 years old.

3:00 pm: The SIEDOU or Edo-N’gbolé Retreat: A period of meditation, preparing hearts for cohesion and peace before public demonstrations in Abissa.

Sunday 10/30/2022

Gwazo or the ceremony of handing over King Edo Ngbole to the people. Episa Dance Week: The seven families gathered peacefully to celebrate Episa. Abyss of meeting generations

08:00 – 12:00: Screening for cervical and breast cancer associated with the vaccination of young girls aged 9 to 13 years.

3:30 p.m.: Ceremony of handing over King Edo-Ngbole to the Nzima people at the royal palace.

4 pm: Installation of the Edo Ngbole on the Abisa place, followed by the exchange of news between the people and the Edo Ngbole.

4:50 pm: Abyssian instrumental display. Today’s tool: “Gbagback”

5 p.m.: Abisa Dance Show.

Monday 10/31/2022

Youth Day under the slogan: Youth, representative of the cohesion of the heir and practitioner of the peace values ​​conveyed by ABISSA.

9:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Meeting between the King and the youth in the palace.

2pm – 3pm: Hands-on training in dance, vocals, and Abisa instrument manipulation.

3:30 p.m.: Young people enter Abisa

4 pm: Abisa musical instrument show. Instrument of the day: “Abuma” is the first female Abyssian drum.

4.10 pm: Abisa dance performance by young Nzima Kototko from Côte d’Ivoire.

5 pm: Abisa dance show

6 pm: Dance tour of young Nzima Kotoko from Côte d’Ivoire.

Tuesday 11/1/2022

Sanctuary of Abisa: The Purification of the Edo Ngbole and the King’s First Outing.

03:00: Parade through town, the Achuen Kwasi dancers and people whose ancestors are from Nvavilé and Mafolè matriclans.

04:00 – 06:00: Morning Abisa.

Two o’clock in the afternoon: Practical training in dancing, singing poetry and dealing with Abisa instruments.

3pm: Entry into Abissa for families N’vavilé and Mafolè followed by presentation of their tokens.

3:30 p.m.: The King enters Abyssa

3.50 pm: Abyssian instrumental display. Instrument of the day: “L’Edo N’gbolé”, the central drum of the Abisa.

4:00 pm: Abisa dance performed by the Comintern

4:10 p.m.: Show by Uchwin Kwase

4:20 pm: Abisa dance show

4:40 p.m.: The N’vavilé and Mafolè bonding dance is performed by kon êyêlê menda.

5 p.m.: Social criticism through sung poetry

5:50 p.m.: Communion of the King with his people through an epic dance to embody the cohesion of the people

Wednesday 02/11/2022

Women’s Day under the slogan: Women are an essential entity for transmitting a culture of peace and cohesion. (About the Queen Mother, Nzima’s sorority was at the center of the day’s activities)

4 a.m. to 6 a.m.: A procession through the city of people whose fathers are Ezohilé and Ndjua matriclans

10 am – 12 pm: A meeting between the king, queens and women’s associations in Nzima in the palace.

2:00 p.m.: Practical training in dance, sing-along poetry, and manipulation of Abisa instruments

3 p.m.: Entry into Abisa for the Najua and Izuheli families, then present their tokens

3:15 pm: Women enter Abisa

3:30 pm: The Queen Mother enters Abissa

3.40 pm: Abisa musical instrument display. Instrument of the day: “Tamale or Tinduba”, a second female drum of the Abisa

3:50 p.m.: Dance tour of the Ndjua and Ezohilé families

4:10 pm: Abisa dance show

4:50 p.m.: The cohesion dance between the Ndjua and Ezohilé families is performed by various dance troupes and the kon êyêlê menda.

5:30 pm – 5:40 pm: A round dance performed by women from the various women’s associations in Nzima.

6 p.m.: Dancer tour of Queen Mother Nzima Kotoko, who has gathered around the Queen Mother of the King to express cohesion and the ideal of peace conveyed by Abisa

Thursday 03/11/2022

Living Forces Day under the slogan: Living Powers: The basis for Nazima’s social and economic development for a peaceful and cohesive community life. (Kon Êyêlê Association and Nzima Development Associations are at the center of today’s activities)

04:00 06:00: A procession through the city of people whose fathers are descended from the matriclan Azanwoulé.

7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.: Prostate cancer screening for people 45 and older. At the headquarters of the association

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.: A meeting between the king and Nazima forces in the palace.

2:00 p.m.: Practical training in dance, sing-along poetry, and manipulation of Abisa instruments

3 p.m.: Live forces enter Abissa

3:30 p.m.: Entrance to the Azanole family’s Abisa and presenting their tokens

3.40 pm: Abisa musical instrument display. The instrument of the day: the third “pkassoê” female drum for Abisa.

3:50 p.m.: Azanwoulé family dance tour

4:10 pm: Abisa dance show

4:30 p.m.: The peace dance called by the Azanwoulé family and performed by the kon êylê menda band.

5 p.m.: Social criticism through sung poetry

5:45 p.m.: Kon êyêlê . dance tour

6 p.m.: Live Power Dance Tour

Friday 04/11/2022

Day of traditional leaders under the slogan: Heads of villages and families ensure cohesion and peace for the sons of Nazima

04:00 06:00 A procession through the city of people whose fathers are from Alunumba and Adahunlin.

10 a.m. to 12 p.m.: A meeting between the king, the village, and the heads of the Nazima family at the palace.

2:00 p.m.: Practical training in dancing, singing and playing with Abisa instruments

3:30 p.m.: Village chiefs and heads of families enter Abysa

3:40 p.m.: Entry to Abisa for Adawonlin and Alonwomba families followed by presentation of their tokens

3.50 pm: Abyssian instrumental display. Tool of the day: “Elawoulé” (mambo bell) Edo N’gbolé spokesperson.

4:00 p.m.: Alonwomba and Adawonlin’s lap dance

4:20 pm: Abisa dance show

4:40 p.m.: Cohesion dance between the Alonwomba and Adawonlin families performed by kon êyêlê menda.

5 p.m.: Social criticism through sung poetry

5:45 p.m.: Dance of communion and peace between heads of families and traditional chiefs.

6 p.m.: Dance tour of traditional chiefs.

Saturday 05/11/2022

The apocalypse: the Nzima people united to celebrate peace across Abissa

2:00 p.m.: Practical training in dancing, singing and playing with Abisa instruments

3:15 p.m.: The King and Queen Mother enter Abyssa

3:30 pm: Presentation of the heads of the Grand Bassam El-Sabaa families

3:40 pm: Abisa dance performance by the Comin Line

4 p.m.: Chun Kwase performance

4:20 pm: Abisa dance show

4:30 p.m.: The Dance of Cohesion Between Families and Peace of the Nzima People, performed by the kon êyêlê menda.

5 p.m.: Social criticism through sung poetry

6 p.m.: The King in communion with his people, cohesion and peace through the Apis dance.

9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.: Parade ceremony at the end of the Abyss dance period

Sunday 06/11/2022

Odoli and Bukezu: Purification of people and making vows.

2 a.m.: Ewoudolè or farewell ceremony for Avanci, the “deity” of absolution in Abissa

04:30 a.m. – 06:00 a.m.: TomTom coup followed by a purification ceremony

8 a.m.: The King’s Cleansing Bath or Bouakezo Ritual

3:30 p.m.: The King and Queen Mother enter victory at Abisa Square

4 pm: Speech from the Chairman of the Organizing Committee followed by a presentation to the members of the Organizing Committee

4:15 p.m.: Vows are made to the king by young men, chief executives, women, and village chiefs.

5 pm: The King’s New Year’s message.

Saint Simon

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