Seat of the Ejurahene

The Ejura Stool

The Ejura Stool

The Ejurahene’s Palace is the seat of the Ejurahene, as well as his official residence. It is located in Ejura, the municipal capital of the Ejura-Sekyedumase municipality of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The Asona clan of Ejura is the custodian of the Ejura Stool known as the Bonsie and Boakye Stool. The stool is of matrilineal descent.

History Of Ejura

History Of Ejura

The people of Ejura were led by Nana Okyere Pipim Bonsie. Nana Pipim and his subjects migrated from Fomena in Adanse and then to Asante Akyem Dwease, before the Asante and Denkyira war and settled at Mampong Akrofoso near Agona Ashanti. readd moew

SEKYERENE FESTIVAL

SEKYERENE FESTIVAL

There are several festivals (Afahye) celebrated in the Ejura traditional area. Afahye in Akan is a traditional ceremony which is usually celebrated annually.
The principal festival (Afahye) in Ejura include: The yam festival, Tano Konkroma festival, the Krufie festival and Tigare festival. Read more...

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