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Photos: Former Afia Kobi Ampem SHS Girls’ prefect installed as Queen Mother of Assin Nyadowam

A Former Girls’ Prefect for the Afia Kobi Ampem Girls Senior High school at Trabuom has been installed as the Queen Mother for Assin Nyadowam in the Assin Central District of the Central Region.

Known in private life as Marian Asare, popularly branded as Awurabena, the New Queen would now be addressed as Nana Abena Takyiwaa Amonu Gyamfua II.

Her installation ceremony brought together hundreds of individuals from both Ghana and other parts of the world to the farming community on Wednesday, June 26, 2024.

Opening Address

 Nana Abena Takyiwaa Amonu Gyamfua II in her opening address thanked the residents of Assin-Nyadowam for the honor done her.

“Indeed, I am very grateful to God Almighty for making this day possible; however, I’m deeply grateful to all stakeholders, particularly residents of Assin Nyadowam, for the honor done me.”

She called on all residents to unite for a common goal, adding that, with unity, the community will see accelerated development.

Assin Nyadowam Chief’s remarks

For his part, the Chief of Assin Nyadowam, Nana Akroma Ampem II, commended the New Queen for accepting the mantle.

 He urged her to always put the community first and serve her residents with humility.

About Marian Asare

Marian Asare (Awurabena) before her new role as the Queen Mother for Assin Nyadowam has been working as an entrepreneur in the United States of America.

 She is also a skills development trainee, training hundreds of Ghanaian youth in the area of soap making, cream, bakery, providing them with strong entrepreneurial and soft skills.

She has embarked on many developmental projects in Ghana, including the construction of an ultramodern borehole for Assin Nyadowam residents, building of a sick bay for her alma mater, Afia Kobi Ampem Girls Senior High among others.

Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/Jacob Agyenim Boateng

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