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20/02/2020: the Agreement of mutual recognition and cooperation between the Royal House Sefwi Obeng-Mim of Ghana and the Templar Nation has been signed
King Oheneba Nana Kwame Obeng II, Head of the Royal House Sefwi Obeng-Mim of the State of Ghana and the President of the Templar Nation Riccardo Bonsi have signed today an agreement of mutual recognition and cooperation on February 20, 2020.
The treaty, drawn up according to the “Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties” of 23 May 1969, in addition to highlighting mutual recognition, commits the parties to cooperate on a cultural, economic, social level and in the development of innovation and research.
H.R.H. Oheneba Nana Kwame Obeng II said he was very satisfied with this agreement which will certainly give a strong boost to the development of Ghana.
Happy President Bonsi: “With our Minister of Foreign Affairs Costantini Picardi we have worked a lot on this treaty, also because we want to show that supporting the development of Africa is possible and that it is much more effective to channel the forces for local development rather than to force the African people into forced immigration.
We have decided to set up a specific Department, the Department of Development Cooperation, which will deal with supporting the development of emerging Countries, in particular the development in the Ghana area where H.R.H. Oheneba Nana Kwame Obeng II is located.
I am evaluating some names to manage this new Department “.
The post-colonial States of Africa have been plunged, for decades, into multiple civilian and border armed conflicts, economic struggles, guerrilla movements, foreign interference, corruption, famines, natural disasters and various epidemics.
In this complex geopolitical mosaic of the African heart, for some time now the Republics that formed from the processes of decolonization, after having initially disdained them, began to enhance the traditional monarchies that still exist.
They realized that loyalty to the tribal leader is much stronger than loyalty to a sometimes failed State and its network of officials.
Therefore, the emergence of so-called “subnational monarchies” is a growing phenomenon in Countries like Ghana or Uganda.
Their Kings, Princes and Chiefs are now again considered prestigious figures and transmission belts between Governments and peoples.
Some constitutions have already formalized that reality, having greatly improved the relationship between rulers and rulers.
The Sefwi Obeng-Mim Kingdom is a traditional sub-national Kingdom, located in the north western region of Ghana, and dates back to the history of ancient Ghana.
It covers an area of 6,980 square kilometers crossed by the Tano and Bia rivers.
The total population is around 572,000.
There are five main cities including the capital of Sefwi Wiawso, home to the King’s Palace.
There are two colleges in the kingdom: Wiawso College of Education and Asfo Health Care College.
The official languages are English and Akan Twi.
Sefwi is the agricultural power plant of Ghana and the area is known for the export of cocoa, cassava and other agricultural products.
It also houses natural resources such as gold, bauxite and timber.
With cocoa cultivation as the main occupation of the population, Sefwi produces two thirds of Ghanaian cocoa.
Due to the geographical location, the territories of the Sefwi Obeng-Mim Kingdom have great difficulty accessing the basic development project by the central government, such as providing safe and clean drinking water.
“I wish all of you, dear fellow citizens of the Templar Nation, my best wishes for a happy and serene New Year, wherever you are”.
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