Accra, June 12, 2024

The Deputy Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Lawyer Alfred Tuah-Yeboah and other prominent personalities of Bono regions have call for collective approach for holistic development of the Bono and Bono East regions.

The collaborative efforts and expertise of the various Sectors and institutions and individuals were crucial to tackle the developmental concerns in the areas of sports, agriculture, education, health and roads, Mr. Tuah-Yeboah highlighted.

This was discussed when

the Executives of the Bonoman Institute pay courtesy call on some prominent Bono natives in Accra during the week to brief them about the Mission, Vision and Objectives of the Institute, and especially the documentation of the Bono Twi.

Mr. Francis Ansu Gyabaa, the Founder and Director of Affairs of the Institute and Mr. Atta Akoto Senior, the Director of Operations led the Executives of the Institute to outline the region’s potentials in contributing to local, regional, national and global economic growth to the Officials.

The Mission of the Institute, they added was to be a resource hub that work to enhance the holistic development of the Bono people through documentation, preservation and promotion of the region’s culture, history, heritage and resources. 

Lawyer Tua-Yeboah, Professor Ameyaw Akumfi, a former Minister for Education and Member of Parliament for Techiman South and other prominent personalities of the region were engaged at the courtesy visit.

Other people visited were Mr. Kofi Okofo Dartey, former Chief Internal Auditor, Director of Finance, Corporate Planning, Strategy and former Director Corporate Affairs, GRIDCo, who is also Dean of the Bonoman Institute.

Colonel Kwadwo Damoah, a former Commissioner of the Customs Division at the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) and some Members of Parliament (MPs) from Bono and Bono East Regions were also visited.      

At the Parliament House, the MP for Dormaa West, Mr. Vincent Oppong Asamoah expressed great concern about the the people’s commitment to preserve the region’s culture, identify and project the Bono Twi Language by documenting it to serve as a guide and a sense of pride for the new generation because language is the core foundation of every society.

Mr. Okofo Darteh, MP for Jaman South together with the other MPs also gave more inputs and guidelines on programmes, activities and advocacies the Institution could successfully implement.

He therefore call on all Bono natives across the globe to endeavor to support the laudable initiative to put the Regions on the international scene.

The aforementioned personalities pledged their full support to the  course, saying, together as one people we can project Bonoman on the international stage. 

Mr. Francis Ansu Gyabaa, the Founder and Executive Director of Affairs asserted the Institute is to primarily champion positivities of the region to directly or indirectly impact lives and societies in the regions.

He emphasized it is therefore expedient to enroll activities, programmes and policies which could harness the potentials of the Bono people in developmental affairs. 

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