DAASEBRE PROF.(EMERITUS) OTI BOATENG

DAASEBRE PROF.(EMERITUS) OTI BOATENG

Omanhene Of New Juaben

Phone: (123) 456-7890
Email: newjuaben@easternchiefs.org

  • HISTORY
  • MISSION
  • GAZARTED AND NON GAZARTED CHIEFS
  • HISTORY OF TRADITIONAL AREA

    The history of the New Juaben State is a complex story of a People who had to migrate from their traditional homes in Asante in the 187os and resettled in the then British Protectorate of Akyem Abuakwa. Their choice of Akyem Abuakwa as a destination was by design rather than by accident. In the 183os, the Juabens under their great leader, king Kwasi Boateng, had sojourned at Kyebi in self-imposed exile and savoured the lavish hospitality of the Akyems.

     

    The founding of the New Juaben State in the Eastern Region of Ghana is a consequence of two civil wars within 43years (1832 and 1875) between Kumasi and Juaben, two of the Most Prosperous states in the Asante Union which led to the historic exodus of the Juabe ns and their allies to the then British protectorate in the Eastern Region and the subsequent establishment of the New Juaben State since 1878.

  • Development in Unity for the Welfare of the People

  • NO NAME STATUS/TITLE LGB/NHC/SERIAL
     

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    DAASEBRE PROF.(EMERITUS) OTI BOATENG

     

    OMANHENE

     

     

    LGB/NHC/SERIAL NO.1 OF 8/1/1993

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    NANA YAA DAANI II OMANHEMAA

     

    NHC NO.1394 OF 22/3/2001
     3. BAFFOUR NYANTAKYI TUTU BOATENG KRONTIHENE 2164
     4. NANA TWUMASI DANKWAH GYAASEHENE 2561
     5. OKOAWIA DWOMO BAABU II NIFAHENE 2057
     6. NANA OSEI OWUSU AGYARE II AKWADUMHENE 2064
     7. NANA KODUA KESSE ADONTENHENE
     8. NANA OPPONG KWANING ASOKWAHENE 2477
     9.  NANA ANTWI PANIN BENKUMHENE
    10.  NANA APPIAH DANKWA AYOKOHENE
    11 NANA OWUSU AKYEAW AKRADWAFOHENE NHC NO. 1349 OF 20/7/99
    12. NANA ANI BONSU APESEMAKAHENE
    13. NANA BOADI ASEIDU ADAHENE LGB NO. 16 OF 27/12/1996
    14. OKOGYEMAN ANKOMAH BASAPON SUHYENHENE 2389
    15. NANA BAAH ACHEAMFOUR AMPEH BAAMUHENE NHC NO.1345 OF 27/7/1999
    16. NANA KWAME OPPONG OWUSU JUMAPOHENE LGB NO. 16 OF 27/12/1996
    17. NANA KWAGYAN BOATENG SANTANHENE
    18. NANA AMA AWI II BENKUMHEMAA
    19. NANA AKOSUA AFRAKOMA II ADWAMPONHEMAA NHC NO. 1419 OF 26/10/2004
    20. NANA OPOKU ACHEAMPONG SANAHENE 2166
    21. NANA OWUSU ASANTE KWATIA ABOAFUOHENE
    22. NANA KWAME BAAFI YEBOAH II NTAHARAHENE 2055
    23. NANA KWAME BAAFI BOATENG ATIMPIMHENE
    24. NANA OBIRI SAKYI NKWANYAHENE 2063
    25. NANA (DR) OFOSU AKYAW BREMPONG NTOTOYEHENE 1867
    26. NANA FREMPONG MANSO NSUMAKWAHENE
    27. NANA KWADWO ASARE OKYERE AWURUKUO ANOOHENE 2559
    28. NANA YAW ANNOR BOATENG II NSENIEHENE LGB NO. 29 OF 10/11/89
    29. NANA (DR) ADDO AGYEKUM NKABOMHENE 2475
    30. NANA BOBIE FOKUO II ABENASEHENE NHC NO. 1586 OF 26/10/04
    31. NANA KOFI AMPOMAH VI KETEHENE 2061
    32. NANA AKWASI OBUGYA ASANTE III BUSUMURUHENE 2059
    33. NANA ADJIN ASAMOAH KWAME ASOMKAHENE
    34. NANA OSEI OKYERE PANYIN II OWEREABANHENE NO. 7 OF 1/2/74

     

    35. NANA OKYERE AGYEKUM OSODOHENE
    36. NANA SARPONG KUMANKUMA SANTANHEMAA
    37. NANA KWAME AGYAPONG NYAMEKROMHENE
    38. BAFFOUR ACHEAMPONG AKWASI III ANKOBIAHENE PENDING
    39. NANA OFORI ACHEAMPONG ATUNTUHENE PENDING
    40. NANA AMOANIMAH KUKUDRUFOUR SUHYENHEMAA PENDING
    41. BAFFOUR KWANING FRIMPONG AKONFOREHENE PENDING
    42. NANA OBIRI SAMPAH III TWAFOHENE PENDING
    43. BAFFOUR OSEI OPOKU YAMOAH PONKOH NKONUASUAFUOHENE PENDING
    44. NANA AMA SERWAA BOATEMAA KRONTIHEMAA PENDING
    45. KYEAME AMOAH KYEI KYEAMEHENE PENDING
    46. NANA AMA GYANKOMA ABESIMHEMAA PENDING
    47. KYEAME AMO BOAKYE KYEAME 2474
    48. KYEAME KWASI POKU ANADWOSEKAN KYEAME
    49. BAFFOUR OFORI ATTA KYEAME 2065
  • OUR TOWN
  • HISTORIC ACHIEVEMENTS
  • FUNCTIONS
  • NAME OF TOWNS IN THE TRADITIONAL AREA

    1. Koforidua
    2. Effiduase
    3. Asokore
    4. Oyoko
    5. Jumapo
    6. Suhyen
    7. Nyamekrom
    8. Ada
    9. Akwadum
    • The institutionalization of the Akwantukese Festival in 1997 to celebrate the great migration from Asante Juaben to the present New Juaben.
    • Given of land and the facilitating of the establishment of the Catholic Church, Methodist Church and Anglican Church in New Juaben, leading to the establishment of schools by these churches.
    • Given of land for the establishment of Central Hospital and now the Regional Hospital.
    • Given of land for the establishment of the All Nations University, Koforidua Technical University and many other institutions.
    • The successful deployment of Ghana’s first satellite, GhanaSat1 into space by All Nations University Students under the chancellorship of Daasebre Prof (Emeritus) Oti Boateng, the Omanhene of New Juaben.

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