Chief of Aduamoa visits Aduamoa Mman Kuo in Accra

Accra- Nana Ahea Tutu Brempong II, the new chief of Kwawu Aduamoa in the Eastern Region, has been presented to the Aduamoa Mman Kuo branch in Accra.

The recent event brought together various dignitaries and members of the Aduamoa Mman Kuo both in Ghana and USA to the Accra Technical Training Centre.

Nana Kwame Oduro Apenteng, Krontihene of Aduamoa, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, said the gathering was essentially to introduce the new chief to the Association, which is a developmental wing of the town.

He thanked the group for their commitment to the development of Aduamoa and urged them to continue with their good works.

Mr James Asare, the President for the Aduamoa Mman Kuo in North of America, as part of the proceedings presented items worth 10,000 dollars to support the clinic of the town.

He said the Association would continue to support and contribute their quota to the development of the town.

Nana Afari Mintah chief of the Aduamoa Mman Kuo and Mr Benjamin Ntiri, the Chairman of the Aduamoa Mman Kuo in Accra, used their turns to express their gratitude to members present and urged all indigenes of the town to provide the needed support to the new chief.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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Chief of Aduamoa visits Aduamoa Mman Kuo in Accra

Accra- Nana Ahea Tutu Brempong II, the new chief of Kwawu Aduamoa in the Eastern Region, has been presented to the Aduamoa Mman Kuo branch in Accra.

The recent event brought together various dignitaries and members of the Aduamoa Mman Kuo both in Ghana and USA to the Accra Technical Training Centre.

Nana Kwame Oduro Apenteng, Krontihene of Aduamoa, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, said the gathering was essentially to introduce the new chief to the Association, which is a developmental wing of the town.

He thanked the group for their commitment to the development of Aduamoa and urged them to continue with their good works.

Mr James Asare, the President for the Aduamoa Mman Kuo in North of America, as part of the proceedings presented items worth 10,000 dollars to support the clinic of the town.

He said the Association would continue to support and contribute their quota to the development of the town.

Nana Afari Mintah chief of the Aduamoa Mman Kuo and Mr Benjamin Ntiri, the Chairman of the Aduamoa Mman Kuo in Accra, used their turns to express their gratitude to members present and urged all indigenes of the town to provide the needed support to the new chief.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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