Awuah-Domase gets new chief after 3 years of vacancy

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King makers  at Awuah-Domase in the Sunyani West District of the Bono Region have today named and out doored one Daniel Charles Kofi Ntow to be enstooled as the new Omanhene of the Traditional Area.  

Mr. Daniel Ntow is to take over from the late Omanhene for the area, Nana Kwame Korang VI after his demise on November 11, 2017. After three (3) years of the late Manhen’s demise, seven (7) names from the seven royal families at Awuah-Domase were presented to the Mmanhemaa Nana Owusuaa Ayebiafo for consideration.

Among the names was Mr. Daniel Charles Ntow Gyima who has now been chosen by the Mmanhemaa leading to his official outdooring earlier today.

Profiling

Mr. Daniel Ntow Gyima was born to Mr. Anthony Kojo Gyima who was the chief of Ayakomaso and Madam Yaa Twenewaa all of Sunyani on the 11th of November, 1950. Mr. Gyima began his elementary education at the Roman Catholic Elementary School in Sunyani.

He continued to St. Johns Secondary School at Koforidua for his Secondary education and later to St Augustine’s College at Cape Coast for his tertiary Education.  

Mr. Kofi Ntow studied Chemical Engineering at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi. He has also studied Banking and Finance in some recognized International institutions at the United State of America and other Countries. He has worked as the Senior Project Manager and later became the Managing Director for the National Investment Bank and also Managing Director for Exim Guarantee.

Mr. Daniel Charles Kofi Ntow has worked for higher institutions both in and outside the country.

Currently, he is the Country Director for Galilee International Management Institute. His outdooring was met with an awesome acclamation from the youth people of awua-Domase as they all were in support of his appointment.  Speaking to Ark News after his outdooring, the yet to be enstool chief promised his readiness to help develop Awua-Domase. He assured to empower the youth in the area to build on their potentials.

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