Wife of Dormaahene commissions library at Dormaa Akwamu, launches her foundation

Launching of Biography of the Late Akosua Ansuaa II, Dormaahemaa(1977-1999) and Unveailing of the Lady Anna Foundation

The Wife of Dormaahene, Lady Anna Agyemang Badu has successfully launched her foundation ‘Lady Anna Foundation’. Dormaa Akwamu, a sub community in the Dormaa East District, was the site of the program’s inauguration on Wednesday, December 29.

The inauguration of a contemporary library coincided with the founding of the historical foundation.

Nana Akosua Nsuaa 2, late Dormaahemaa, is honored with a library that is a one-of-a-kind institution in the neighborhood.

Nana Barima Sikafoo, one of the sub-chiefs, hailed the Omanhene of Dormaa’s monumental accomplishments and prayed for the Dormaahemaa, Osagyefo Agyeman Badu II, to have a long and healthy life.

During this festive season, one would expect such a reverend and renowned King to be resting in his comfort zone after conducting a meritorious drive to clean up the villages under his jurisdiction.

After conducting a good battle to clean up all communities under his stool, one would expect such a reverend and a renown King to remain in his comfort zone to relax during this feastive season, yet this renown King of us decided to visit us this afternoon to grace this memorable august event.

Lady Anna Agymang Badu, speaking at the occasion said her motive for the project is to improve girl child education and promote the Dormaa Tradition.

According to her, she will make sure each community under the traditional council gets a modern library to help students and learners in those communities.

She also launched a book entitled “THE PEARL AMONGST DIAMONDS“. The book contains the Biography of the Late Akosua Ansuaa II, Dormaahemaa(1977-1999) and the history of the Dormaa people.

The event drew a large crowd, including the current District Chief Executive for Dormaa East, Hon Emmanuel Kofi Agyeman, the Municipal Chief Imam, members of the clergy, other sub-chiefs, opinion leaders, and the whole Dormaa Akwamu community.

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