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Kingdom of Sefwi Obeng-Mim, Ghana

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Kingdom of Sefwi Obeng-Mim

The Kingdom of Sefwi Obeng-Mim is a traditional state in the Western North Region of Ghana:

The kingdom goes back in history to ancient times of Ghana. It covers an area of 2,695 square miles crossed by the Tano and Bia rivers. The total population at the last census was 572,020. There are five major towns including the capital of Sefwi Wiawso, home of the King’s Palace. There are two colleges in the kingdom: Wiawso College of Education and Asafo Health Care College. English and Akan Twi are the languages. Sefwi is the agricultural powerhouse of Ghana and the area is known for export of cocoa, cassava and other agricultural products. It is also home to natural resources such as gold, bauxite and timber. With cocoa farming as a main occupation of the people, Sefwi produces two thirds of Ghana’s cocoa. The Sefwi land is great for investment and development given that is blessed with almost all the natural resources of Ghana.
Valentin Poposki, 10 October 2019

Detail of the symbol on banner

Kingdom of Sefwi Obeng-Mim image located by Valentin Poposki, 10 October 2019

Meaning of the symbols:
the Crest: when you climb good tree (Symbol of support, cooperation and encouragement).
Golden fire Dog
Seat of power
Akofena (sword of war) a symbol of Courage, Valor and Heroism.
Design by Mark Anthony Henderson.
Valentin Poposki, 10 October 2019