• U.S Embassy

    The United States Embassy of Ghana commended the Ghana State Book project and stated that it is an important exercise to ensure peace in the country’s chieftain whilst creating peaceful environment to attract investors to invest into the main stream economic activities of Ghana.

  • UNESCO Country Director

    Ghana State Book Project is a key for achieving SDGs Speaking as a special guest of honour at the Offinso State Book launch H.E Santos, the Country Director of United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) stressed that it is about time the indigenes write their own histories to establish reliable source for authentic histories and cultural practices.

  • The National House of Chiefs

    The National House of Chiefs collaborates on the Project to codify lines of Succession The National House of Chiefs at its General Meeting on Friday 6th July, 2018 invited the Executives of the Ghana State Book Project to present to the house about the project’s operation and to subsequently discuss about effective collaboration with the House.

  • Hon. Kofi Dzamesi, the Chieftaincy Minister

    Hon. Kofi Dzamesi, the Chieftaincy Minister Promise his support for the Project The Minister for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, Honourable Kofi Dzamazi has promised to ensure that the Ghana State Book Project is supported by his Ministry. According to the Minister there are so many chieftaincy conflicts that are gradually threatening the peaceful atmosphere of the country.

  • H.E Mr. Ayisi Boateng the Ghana High Commissioner to South Africa

    We should protect our Identity as Ghanaians. His Excellency Mr. Ayisi Boateng, the Ghana High Commission to South Africa has lauded the Board of the Ghana State Book Project for such an initiative stated that it is important all Ghanaians abroad support the project.

  • H.E Mr. Papa Owusu Ankomah, the Ghana High Commissioner to U.K

    Ghana has a future in the Youth His Excellency Papa Owusu Ankomah, the Ghana High Commissioner to United Kingdom (UK) has commended this laudable project which seeks to document and authenticate traditional histories of the various traditional areas across the ten regions of Ghana. According to him Ghana has come of age to make sure that all oral histories are documented for posterity.

  • Oseadeeyo Akumfi Ameyaw IV, Takyimanhene

    A country without written history is like a tree without a root. The Omanhene and president of the Takyiman Traditional Council, Oseadeeyo Akumfi Ameyaw IV has expressed worried about why many people neglect history and culture in the country. According to Nana Takyimanhene a tree without root cannot stand in the face of storm; this is to say that one cannot said to be a chief, queen mother, family head, a royal, etc without tracing to history.

  • Nana Wiafe Akenteng III, Offinsohene

    There is no legacy a chief can leave behind rather than written his history The Omanhene of Offinso Traditional Area, Nana Wiafe Akenten III declared at the launch of the Offinso State Book that cannot be said to have achieved something valuable without documenting the history of his people.