It is celebrated for the deity Abahum Aba which is kept at Ekuano (Eku shrine) in July annually. On the due date, the Asafo men depart with this deity to the River Ayensu at dawn to consecrate it. It is beautifully decorated and placed in an open brass tray.
Further musketry is fired before diverting along the Osakam road. The route used to pass through the Zion Street but as the town has expanded, they now go further behind the Catholic chapel. The procession uses the Victoria Road down to Ekuano where further musketry is fired and libation poured. They finally end at Manso ano. At this point several salvos of musketry are fired, drinking and drumming and dancing continue unabated.
At sundown, the Kwesi Dadze drums are sent to their base at Ndadze ano but the Akomfor Odum remains at Manso ano. In the middle of the night, Abahum Aba is sent back to Ekuano. This marks the end of Tuafo Fida celebration.