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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

  • ATEBUBU: CBHFA project holds sustainability workshop

    The Ghana Red Cross Society has organized a sustainability workshop with stakeholders on the Community Based Health and First Aid (CBHFA) project in Atebubu.

  • ASUNAFO S: 2 Police officers nabbed for diverting 390 bags of fertilizer

    Two police officers have been arrested for diverting 390 bags of stolen fertilizers valued at 50,000 cedis meant for cocoa farmers at Sankore in the Asunafo South District of the Brong Ahafo Region.

  • ATEBUBU: GNPC engages stakeholders

    The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation GNPC has organized a stakeholders meeting in Atebubu in preparation towards a seismic survey over the Voltarian basin.

  • DORMAA: First Lady donates to Presby Midwifery School

    The first lady of the Republic of Ghana, Mrs. Lordina Mahama donated a brand new Nissan pickup to the Presbyterian Midwifery Training School in Dormaa Ahenkro.

  • ATEBUBU: REP supports local industry

    The Rural Enterprises Programme has in the last few months undertaken a series of activities aimed at boosting local industry in the Atebubu-Amantin district.

  • ASUTIFI N: Assembly staff schooled on local government service protocols

    The Acting District Coordinating Director (DCD) of the Asutifi North District Assembly, Mr.Simon Asare has warned heads of decentralized department and staff of the assembly of severe punishment should they violate any provision of the new local government service scheme which provides technical assistance to District Assemblies and Regional Coordinating Councils to perform their functions in accordance with the Constitution and Local Government Act.

  • ATEBUBU: Three communities hit by rainstorm

    Three communities in the Atebubu-Amantin district were on Thursday July 2nd hit by a rainstorm affecting a total of 32 households. 

  • TECHIMAN: Cocoa farmers demonstrate over relocation of office

    Cocoa Farmers from Kintampo, Nkoranza, Techiman and Wenchi have hit the streets in Techiman Municipality in the Brong Ahafo Region to demonstrate against the decision by the Ghana COCOBOD to relocate their office from Techiman to Sunyani.

  • ASUNAFO S: District honours teachers

    Seventeen (17) teachers in the Asunafo South District of the Brong Ahafo region were on Tuesday presented with various awards for their meritorious service to the District and the Nation for this year’s District Best Teachers Award scheme.

  • TECHIMAN : MP donates bus, 4 grinding mills to constituency

    The Member of Parliament (MP) for Techiman South Constituency, Mr. Adjei Mensah has donated a 24-seater capacity hyundai County mini bus worth GH₵96,000.00 to the Nursing and Midwifery Training College of the Techiman Holy Family Hospital in the Brong Ahafo Region.



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