Akuapem Anafo

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Akuapem Anafo (Akuapem South) is an Akan autonomous paramountcy in Ghana. It was established by decision of the Larteh Accord in 1994. The Larteh Accord, replacing the older Abotakyi Accord, separated the traditional territories of the Akuapem State into three autonomous paramountcies:[1][2]

  • Akuapem Anafo
  • Akuapem Guan
  • Akuapem Okere

List of rulers of the Akuapem Anafo[edit]

Tenure Incumbent Notes
Akuapemhene (Rulers)
Asona Dynasty
26 March 1994 to present Nana Gyan Kwasi III,[3] Akuapemhene

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Akuapems Mark 10th Milestone of Larteh Accord". Modern Ghana (originally Ghanaian Chronicle). 11 May 2004. Retrieved 29 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "Akuapem Traditional Area determine to have paramountcies". GhanaWeb. 9 October 2007. Retrieved 30 November 2011. 
  3. ^ Gilbert, Michelle: 'No Condition Is Permanent': Ethnic Construction and the Use of History in Akuapem. Africa: Journal of the International African Institute, Vol. 67, No. 4 (1997), pp. 501-533 (snippet view at findarticles.com)