$550m Pan African Heritage Museum Center construction begins
CONSTRUCTION of the $50m Pan African Heritage Museum Center has begun on Heritage Hills, Pomadze, on the Winneba Junction-Cape Coast road, GHANA. President of the Central Region House of Chiefs, Odeefuo. Amuakwa Boadu VIII was Guest of Honor. Rotary Club of GHANA planted Trees in support. The Museum Center, to include a Museum building, an International Conference Centre, Herbal Plant Medicine Farm, Innovation Hub, Blocks of Apartments, Sculptured Park of Heroes & Heroines, Production Studio & Amphitheater, a Herbal Plant Farm and a Pan African Foodcourt, will be open in 2025.
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