THIS BOOK gives an overview of the land and people of Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana, the closest country to the centre of the world. It traces the origin and early history of the traditional states in Brong-Ahafo and gives historical account of how the Region was created. The book showcases endowments of Brong-Ahafo Region in terms of agriculture, mineral resources, tourist attractions and investment potential. It explores the institution of chieftaincy and other traditions of the Akan people of West Africa. The author has revealed the history and significance of the philosophical Adinkra symbols, pointing out the contributions of Ghanaian folklore to the development of African philosophy. Sociocultural and economic activities of traditional African societies highlighted in this book include communication, staple foods, occupations and pastime. The book seeks to enhance commitment of the younger generations of Africans to uphold their heritage for sustainable development. The book is an authority on the Brong-Ahafo Region, a reference book on Akan culture with deep insight into issues relating to traditional African societies.It is a book for academics, investors, tourists, politicians, traditional leaders, the clergy as well as the general reader.
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