Have Traditional Area Composite Structure
|Divisional Area||Position||Stool Name|
|Akleme||Fiaga (Paramountcy):||Togbe Asemtsyra Stool|
|Etoe||Ngofia (Front wing)||Togbe Makata Stool|
|Domefe||Dusimefia (Right wing)||Togbe Krakani Apawu Stool|
|Agome||Miamefia (Left wing)||Togbe Akoto Stool|
|Atsiame||Megbefia (Rear wing||Togbe Kokotsitsi Stool|
CULTURE, ENTERTAINMENT & TRADITIONAL PRACTICES
The supreme oath of the Have traditional Area is the “Haveawo fe Domesigbe”.
This oath is an expression of the fierce and bloody encounter Haveawo had with the Ashantis on 26th July 1869.
Other subordinate oaths are Akomuveme, Kpeyeme, Dzogofekpa and Tandafeto.
The popular drums respected by the people of Have are Wuga (Agblorwu/Tumpani), Adawatram, Asomfoawu,
Kantem, Gedegrehini, Metsrimedi, Tutuo, Gabada (Egbanegba), Akayevi, Dzida and Gbolo.
There are five borborbor and cultural troupes at Have. Borborbor is a favourite dance in the Central Volta.
Three of these groups, “Miawoewoanyo” and “New Ghana” and Unity Band, have dominated the Borborbor
scene in the Region over the last five years.