Timeline Of Activities For The Silver Jubilee of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II
February 6, 2024
Symposium on 150th Anniversary of the Sagrenti War
A symposium will take place at the Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to observe the 150 years of the famous Sagrenti War.
February 8, 2024
Black Durbar (Kuntunkuni Dwabo)
Kuntunkuni Dwabi or Black Durbar will be held to commemorate the Sagrenti War at Dwabrem in the Manhyia Palace.
After a successful negotiation to have some of the stolen items returned, the first batch of the artefacts, specifically from the Fowler Museum will be officially presented to His Majesty.
March 30, 2024
Clean Up Exercise
A clean-up exercise will take place within all traditional areas of Asanteman with a decongestion exercise concurrently in some parts of Kumasi.
April 25, 2024
Fireworks actitivities in selected parts of Kumasi including the Cultural Centre, Heroes Park, Manhyia, Tafo, Aboabo Post Office, and Adum on the eve of April 25. A musical jam at Jubilee Park.
April 26, 2024
A non-denominational thanksgiving service on April 26 which will mark exactly 25 years of distinguished leadership leadership on the Golden Stool, will be held at the Dwabrem grounds with a dinner later in the day where funds will be raised in support of the Otumfuo Foundation.
May 6, 2024
75th Birthday of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II
A mini Durbar will be held to recieve well wishers. A thanksgiving ceremony will be held at the Cyprian Church in recognition of Otumfuo's birthday and a strictly-by-invitation birthday dinner on the same day.
May 10, 2024
A mega musical concert will be held in kumasi. We will see our great Asante musicians perform.
May 12, 2024
The Grand Silver Jubilee Durbar
The Grand Silver Jubilee Durbar (Akwasidae-Kese) will be held at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi. Dignitaries from all over the world will attend.
November 24, 2024
Symposium on the return of Prempeh I
Asanteman will hold a lecture and symposium to mark the 100th anniversary in commemoration of the return of Prempeh I from Seychelles Island. The leader who posed much treat to the British after his exile in 1896 was brought back on November 21, 1924.