Ɔseadeɛyɔ Adu Kwaku II, ƆPɔɔnehene and Gyaasehene of Boso – Gua Traditional Area
(Chief mourner), Nana Oseiwaa Demuwaa, Gyaashemaa of Boso-Gua Traditional Area backed by the Chief of Akyem Nkroso in the Eastern region who doubles as the Banmuhene of Akyem Abuakwa Traditional Area, Osabarima Danso Abbeam together with the entire ᴐpᴐᴐne family of Boso and those in diaspora have slated January 28 2019 to Sunday 3rd February 2019 to commemorate the final funeral rites of the late chiefs of Boso who convincingly left benchmarks for the people of Boso in the Eastern Region during their reigns.
They however use the opportunity to invite Sons and daughters of ᴐpᴐᴐne family based in Ghana and abroad to the final funeral rites of their late chiefs; Nenye Adu Kwaku II, Nenye Osei Osafo II, Nana Akosua Atuabea and Nenye Oko Brakatu Oppong II, who have departed to the ancestral village at different times.
The One week Program is scheduled as follows:
There will be a presentation of fruit tree seedlings to Boso community to aid “home garden”. This is aimed at helping green the town thus contributing to reducing the effects of climate change in the community and its environs. Seedlings to be distributed are Citrus, Miracle Berry, Coconut, Soursop, and Species of Economic trees.
On the second day; there will be performance of customary rites in the sacred room. Libation “Apae” will be made for Nana Akosua Atuabea as that day marks exactly 16years when she departed to the ancestral village. There will also be registration of all ᴐpᴐᴐne family which from Mid-day. Also, there will a family gathering at late afternoon.
The third day which is Wednesday, there will be a presentation to Boso D/A JHS School to motivate the Youth to stay in school and there will also be presentation of stationery to the pupils of the school. The registration of
ᴐpᴐᴐne family continues at mid-day.
Thursday 31st of January, 2019 which is the fourth day of the celebration will be arrivals of all family members in the diaspora to Boso and the registration continues. In the evening a documentary of oseadeeyo’s two and half year reign will be shown at the Gyaasehene’s palace.
On the 1st of February 2019 which is Friday, fifth day will be the day of Mourning. There will be a visit to the tomb of Aberewatia Margret Obessebea Alias Maa Beduu at dawn to commemorate her one year anniversary and remembrance of all family members who have departed to ancestral village.
On Saturday, the sixth day, there will be a visit to the Royal Mausoleum at dawn by the family followed by Parading Oseade3yo in a palanquin through the principal streets of Boso and finally hold a funeral durbar at the Boso Community Center.
The final day which is Sunday will be a thanksgiving service at Boso Immanuel Presbyterian Church, followed by a family get together and dance soiree at the palace.
All sons and daughters of ᴐpᴐᴐne Abusua home and abroad are cordially invited. Come let us unite and forge ahead.