Source:, Joseph Kingsley Eyiah,

The 2nd Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Mrs Sarmia Bawumia arrived in Toronto-Canada last Friday, November 3, 2017 to promote the Ghanaian Kaba culture among Ghanaian women in Diaspora through the GTV Ntoma dance.

The GTV Ntoma Dance takes place at the Luna Ball Room in Toronto this Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 9pm. This dance which dress code is Ntoma or Ghanaian cultural attire show-cases Kaba style top dresses by women is organized by Entertainment Afrik based in Toronto.

The recorded program with greetings from Ghanaians in Toronto will be on Ghana Television!

Mrs. Bawumia who arrived at the Pearson Airport in Toronto in the company of Ms. Nadia Musah, the Deputy Director of Diaspora Relations at the Office of the President in Ghana was met by Honourable Joe Seshi, the Consul General of Ghana in Toronto and the organizers of the Ntoma Dance, the Ghanalive Workers in Toronto, some executive members of GCAO and NPP in Canada.