While stationed at Anum in the Trans-Volta District, the Rev. H.L. Anang’s lost his wife, Sophia Anang. He writes about this and his subsequent marriage to Ma Rosa as follows in his notes. My beloved wife Sophia Anang died on the 23rd July 1921. Sept. 14 1922: Engagement between myself and Rosa Oparebea took place […]
In his personal notes, the Rev. H.L. Anang listed the various stations to which he was assigned, as well as the districts and the length of time for which he served. Below is map of the southern part of Ghana showing the various locations where he was stationed and the above-mentioned list. There are no […]
This post is based on the notes of the Rev. H.L. Anang in which he attributes the story to Ernest Koampa. Not all parts of the notes are clear. In most cases I have reproduced the text exactly as written. In other cases, doing so renders the text difficult to understand so I have made […]
Apirede to Somanya motor road was opened by Nana Ofori Kuma , Omanhene of Akuapim assisted by Nifahene Nana Otutu Kono Ababio on March 28, 1940.
This list was extracted from the notes of the Rev. H.L. Anang. It appears to have been started by him but continues by someone else with updated entries of chiefs whose reigned long after the Reverend had passed. Obonu Ayim – Founder of the town of Apirede Asamoa Sri Nsokae Gyekete I (Kwao) Gyekete Adaa […]
Ties we are unaware of…