Kuntanasehene Marks Maiden Adaekese
Barimah Ogyeabour Amankwaah Adunan II, the Omanhene of Kuntanase Traditional Area, has celebrated his first-ever Adaek3se3 after three years of enstoolment with a clarion call on all indigenes across the globe to come home and help build Bosomtwe to a befitting status.
It was held on Sunday 17th April 2022 at Kuntanase, the capital of the Bosomtwe District under the theme; “Traditional Leadership – a Tool for Nation Building”. It was attended by scores of dignitaries including religious leaders, politicians, the business community, and government officials among others.
All sub-Chiefs of the Kuntanase Traditional Area were present and massively attended by residents across the Bosomtwe District to witness and support the ceremony in various kinds.
The objective of the Adaek3se3 was to raise funds for the construction of a befitting Palace for Kuntanase Traditional Area.
Barima Ogyeabour Amankwaah Adunan II explained to his subjects why after three years he is celebrating his maiden Adaek3se3 attributing it largely to the Covid-19 pandemic which brought mass gatherings to a standstill in the last two years after they had lost two Chiefs in the area.
He commended the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, (NPP) for his massive support for the ongoing Kuntanase Palace project but was quick to add that a lot more of such support would be needed to complete the project.
The Kuntanasehene called on all indigenes of Kuntanase both home and abroad to return home and support his plans and programs to help build the Kuntanase Traditional Area to a befitting developmental status.
The Education Minister and MP for Bosomtwe, Hon Yaw Osei Adutwum after donating GHC22,000 of both cash and kind enumerated several projects being undertaken in the Bosomtwe District including plans to relocate the Kumasi Technical University to Kuntanase among others, and pledged the government’s continuous support.
On his part, the Ashanti Regional NPP Chairman after pledging to support Barimah Ogyeabour Amankwaah Adunan II in his developmental agenda donated 100,000 Cedis cash towards the Kuntanase Palace Project.
Source: opemsuo.com/Kwabena Kyeremateng