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GIMPA Rector, Other Officers Pay Homage To Asantehene At Manhyia Palace

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The Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Professor Kwaku Bonsu and other officials from the outfit have paid homage to the Overlord of Asanteman, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at the Manhyia Palace. 

Speaking succinctly at the Palace, the Rector said the school has followed the exploits of the King with keen interest since he ascended the throne 25 years ago.

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He noted that the disciplay of pure wisdom and clear vision for the development of Asanteman makes the King an exemplary leader.

“We at GIMPA have followed in detail the many development initiatives the King has led and we are privy to the support he continuously gives to the less privileged and needy students for futher studies and so we are here to pay a fitting homage to him and to ask God’s grace and mercy for him so he can live long and influence the development course of Ghana”, Professor Bonsu stated


Receiving the team and showing appreciation for the gesture on behalf Otumfuo Osei Tutu II who was seated in state, Baffuor Kantankrakyi, linguist of Asantehene thanked the Rector for his kind words.

He noted that Otumfuo was grateful that the School had found time to pay homage to him despite their busy schedules.

The King urged the school to keep to the best and high standards of education they are noted for so that many others who desire to attend would do so to attain higher knowledge and competence in the future.

“Otumfuo is grateful to you for showing him this kindness by paying homage to him at his palace and for presenting these valuable gifts to him as he celebrates 25 years as King of Asanteman and we pray GIMPA continues to churn out quality and competent persons through the life changing education it offers for the development of Ghana”, the linguist conveyed.


Beckoning the Rector to come to him later,  Otumfuo welcomed Prof Kwaku Bonsu with a handshake.

Following suit were Dr. Mrs. Victoria Kunbour, Registrar, Mr Bubuama Benjamin, Assistant Registrar Corporate Affairs and Dr. Kwadwo Arhin, Campus Manager, Kumasi.

Others such as Madam Sophia Aidoo, Administrative Secretary, Ophelia Prempeh-Kessie, former SRC President and Student as well as Priscilla Adoley Moffat, former SRC Vice President and Emmanuel Tweneboah Koduah, a student also had the chance to greet the Asantehene.

Story By Michael Ofosu-Afriyie,


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