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The Brong Ahafo Region which now  has 27 administrative and political Districts  was created on 4th April 1959 (by the Brong Ahafo Region Act No. 18 of 1959). The Act defined the area of the Brong Ahafo Region to consist of the northern and the western part of the then Ashanti Region and included the Prang and Yeji areas that before the enactment of the Act formed part of the Northern Region. Before the Ashanti Empire was conquered by the British in 1900, the Brong and Ahafo states to the north and northwest of Kumasi (the capital of Ashanti empire and the present Ashanti Region) were within the empire.

Nana Akumfi Ameyaw III traces his ancestry to King Akumfi Ameyaw I (1328-63), under whose reign the Brong Kingdom with its capital at Bono Manso grew to become the most powerful kingdom of its time. Indeed oral tradition has it that nearly all the different groups of the Akans, including the Asante, trace their origins to Bono after migrating from the “north”.


some stories in this region

  • ASUNAFO N: Basic school heads on 3 months probation

    In order to ensure good supervision and monitoring of all basic schools and also for the government to achieve its “Transformational Agenda”, the Asunafo North Municipal Chief Executive has directed that all basic school heads should be put on period of 3 months probation.

  • ATEBUBU: 5000 capacity mosque nears completion

    Work on a five thousand capacity one-storey central mosque for the Muslim community in Atebubu which began 10 months ago is about 80% complete.

  • ATEBUBU: GPEG empowers local artisans

    The Atebubu-Amantin district assembly in collaboration with the district directorate of education has contracted 50 local tailors and dressmakers to produce school uniforms for pupils in the district.

  • ATEBUBU:WVG marks global week of action

    World Vision Ghana WVG, Atebubu Development Programme ADP has marked this year’s “Global Week of Action” under the theme “Getting to zero child deaths-we are stopping at nothing”.

  • ASUNAFO S: Amos congregation dedicates manse

    An ultra modern manse has been dedicated to the glory of God by the Amos Congregation in the Kukuom District of the Presbyterian Church.

  • TECHIMAN: Okyenhene graces Apoo Festival in Techiman

    The chiefs and people of Techiman Traditional Area in the Techiman
    Municipality in the Bring Ahafo Region have celebrated their Annual Apoo Festival this year in a grand style, with the King of Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Area, Okyenhene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin II as the special guest of honour.

  • ATEBUBU: Red cross trains volunteers

    The Ghana Red Cross Society has trained 47 volunteers in Fakwasi and Ajalaja Beposo in the Atebubu-Amantin and Pru districts of the Brong Ahafo region under the Community Based Health and First Aid project CBHFA.

  • TECHIMAN: Songhai Community outdoors youth chief

    The Songhai Community (popularly known as Zambarmas) in the Techiman Municipality in the Brong Ahafo Region has outdoored Alhaji Abdul-Kadri Shuaibu as their Youth Chief.

  • ASUNAFO S: Boukrukruwa Health Centre receives assistance

    As part of effort to improve health care delivery in the region, the Young Adults’ Fellowship (YAF) of the Brong Ahafo Presbytery has donated a brand new Elemax SH2900 DX and three-in-one steer chair worth GHC 2,000.00 to the Boukrukruwa Presbyterian Health Centre in the Tano North District of the Brong Ahafo.

  • ASUNAFO S: Service personnel advised to create their own jobs

    The General Manager of Ahafo Community Bank Ltd, Mr. Evans Opoku-Bobie, has called on National Service Personnel to create their own jobs after their one year mandatory service to the nation.



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