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Ghana's eminent song writer, Kwaku Amu has written:
“Yen ara yen asase ni (This land is our land)
Eye aboden de ma yen (It is our precious legacy)
Mogya na Nananom whie gu (For which our forbears shed their blood)
Nya detoo ho ma yen (To reclaim and protect it for us)
Adu me ne wo nso so (It is the turn of you and me)
Se yebe ye biribi pa atoaso.... (To continue to advance their great deeds...)

He also wrote:

Adwuma yi di ye; edi ye; hena beye? (The work has be done; who would do it?)
Me ara oo, me ara enye obiara oo me ara (I will, I will, nobody else)
Asem yi di ka, edi ka hena beka? (The word has to be proclaimed; who would?)
Me ara oo, me ara enye obiara oo me ara (I will, I will, nobody else)

Inspired by the new and progressive vision of our new Paramount Chief, Odeneho, Kwafo Akoto III, and supported by our elders, this beautiful website that is germinating right before your eyes is made possible by the leadership and collaboration of Akwamu citizens everywhere! It is our intention to root it firmly in the spirit of our collective consciousness and vision and nurture it into a masterpiece befitting the rich cultural heritage and legacy for Akwamu of today and  tomorrow.

Through various means many Akwamu citizens in the Diaspora and in Ghana have made significant contributions toward the website development. Initial direct financial contributions have come from the following Akwamu citizens in the U.S. and in Canada.

  1. Nana Buadu, Kyidomhene, US
  2. Nana Beyerman Gyansare and His wife, US
  3. Akosua US
  4. Mr. Dede Darko, and others, Canada
  5. Kwaku Ofori-Ansa and family, US
  6. Mr. Kwame Sasu and family US

Many are contributing in other ways such as helping with taking photographs of historical sites and important historical relics, identifying and assembling video and other media contents; writing, editing. researching and verifying web content for materials. Because of this infinite ways people are contributing and to minimize the risk of omitting someone's name, the list above reflects only those who have made a direct monetary contribution. Future and more comprehensive communications will continue to document and acknowledge individual and group contributions as they come.

For additional information or to learn more about the website project and how you can participate, please email or call:

  1. Dr. Kwaku Ofori-Ansa at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it (301-271-7542)
  2. Kwame Sasu at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ,
  3. Nana Gyansare at nsir


More is still required to expand and conclude and for the upkeep and maintenance of the project, and we look forward to your continued support and contributions. For example, some of the sections on the site are yet to be populated, and we are still locating, researching and editing potential materials and content befitting of our rich cultural heritage. Please feel free to send your constructive comments, suggestions, articles or other relevant materials to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Thank you all for playing your part in moving forward Akwamu's Agenda for Shinning in the 21st Century.

http://akwamuman.org